Title, Cadena crítica. Author, Eliyahu M. Goldratt. Publisher, North River Press, ISBN, , Length, pages. Subjects. Eliyahu M. Goldratt CADENA CRITICA es una cautivante novela de negocios con un ritmo rápido. To ask other readers questions about Cadena Crítica. : Cadena Critica () by Eliyahu M. Goldratt and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at.

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As an Engineer I am used to e,iyahu highly structured texts where the content is clearly partitioned into numbered sections with a series of formulas and figures to present the theory. If you are familiar with these physics concepts, you know that it is useful to apply your experiences with a dynamic electrical system to your experiences with a dynamic mechanical system and vise versa.

Critical Chain still relies on the Critical Path and I focus a lot of my time in my classes on Critical Pathand it adds to the critical path with the insertion of buffers. It’s been longer than I thought since I’ve read this. This happens because a combination of human misjudgements which exist in most human organizations.

In fact, finding this compromise is very much the foundation for the Theory of Constraints TOC method that this book is built upon. Not as good as the Goal, or phoenix project. Can anyone assist me by unpacking the principle or by preparing a statement. Critical Chain covers a few important topics: Cadeja reader then follows the characters through their journey of defining the problem and learning new ways to look at the problem along with demonstrations of how the conventional views of the problem unexpectedly lead to solutions with less than desirable results.

One won’t probably want to build a huge car park far away from a city without committing to build a whole airport.

Cadena Critica/Critical Chain

A great project management application story of Theory of Constraints. But you must be careful in your comparisons if you want to derive meaningful results. Served with easiness that make you think about the topic. This book has many more principles than just that, though.


Published May 28th by Diaz de Santos first published January 1st But it does have some crucial insights on how to go from mediocre to good. He has a delightful humor as well. I am not a huge fan of buffers; I prefer the use of eliyanu contingency reserves.

Highly recommended for any production or systems engineering focused person as it will help you improve overall efficiency if you follow the concepts in the book. As the characters are presented, the reader learns about their various problems and their need for finding solutions.

It puts a firm nail into the coffin of more traditional project management approaches, that’s for sure. Very good for manufacturing processes. If you are familiar with The Goal and its definition of the concepts of throughput, inventory and operating expense, you may be able to anticipate how these concepts, which were applied to the manufacturing plant, should be applied to Project Management.

I read The Goal back in the late ’90s and that is one book I reference to this day. Those need to be watched and helped–including a buffer of safety time. I really enjoyed “The Goal” and this one ranks at least as high. Goldratt provides almost parable-like teaching that we have to analyze and extrapolate for our own purposes. Fortunately, Critical Chain is the shorter of the two books, so I was ab I read this for my project management class.

Of course there are also things in here that aren’t in use anymore. That said, the idea of using the critical path as the constraint, and then extending that concept to the critical chain, is an important insight.

Cadena Crítica. Una novela empresarial sobre la gestión de proyectos.

The audiobook is not the same “cast style” which is a shame. In this story a group of executive Eligahu students and professors discover together a method to approach the critical chain when multiples projects are involved.


And the concepts n.goldratt really potent–especially for very large projects. I suppose that they’re two sides of the same coin. Reading it again, it appears that very little progress has been made to adopt any of the TOC principles to PM.

I didn’t go to business school but I have a deep need to improve our production development cycles and a better framework on how to plan and manage our production team. Paperbackpages.

Bravo critoca I will definitely be checking out Goldratt’s other books. An engaging read that enables the reader to understand and absorb this otherwise dry topic far more easily. The dialogue between the industry leaders and professors is very engaging, informative, and relevant even today. It may have been a revolution back in when the book was published, but that is simply no longer the case.

To be honest, I didn’t learn anything revolutionary in the book. I encourage you to read the book to fully appreciate m.voldratt. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. And the way CCPM is developed in the book takes some interesting turns. The layers of character development and relationships seem like they’re superfluous but I believe that I will remember the principles of this book even moreso because of the investment Goldratt made into creating these characters.

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However, the story itself makes the book a bit dated. However some of the relationships are subtle and the differences are important. In the book, the organization agreed to pay a higher price initially in order to get a shorter-lead time which goes against the grain of cost-accountancy and therefore corporate decision-making.