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|Statement||[by] Robert F. Mager.|
|LC Classifications||BF505.G6 M34 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 136 p.|
|Number of Pages||136|
|LC Control Number||77189630|
We just read Robert Mager’s Goals Analysis, one of six books in the classic “Mager’s Six Pack” this article, we’ll give you a short book review. We have another article if you’d like to study his goals analysis method in more detail. Before we begin, know that this is part of a series of articles looking at the books and ideas in Mager’s Six Pack. Goal Analysis is the process of transforming "fuzzy" goals into actionable, measurable outcomes. The book walks he reader brought the 5 step process of soon this as an individual or a team/5. Analysis of The Goal by Eliyahu Goldratt The Goal is a book that focuses on the theory of constraints in order to improve production. Eliyahu Goldratt brings us a pleasant story that shows the important strategies that any manager or CEO should follow to be successfully productive, and capable of reaching their goals. The book: The Goal, attempts to teach valuable lessons about industry while keeping the reader entertained with an interesting side story. When I began reading, I had doubts that the book would effectively be able to hold my attention. I also was concerned that the personal side story would just waste my time/5().
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Goal Analysis by Robert F. Mager is a Christian book review about how to clarify your goals so you can actually achieve : Jim Erwin. The goal summary and analysis. Chapter-wise summary and analysis. University. Washington State University. Course. Operations Management (MGTOP ) Book title The Goal; Author. Eliyahu M. Goldratt; Jeff Cox. Academic year. / The Goal succeeds at both being a good business book and an engaging story, and the world would be so much better off if every high schooler forced to slog through Pride and Prejudice was assigned The Goal instead. But I digress. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Mager, Robert Frank, Goal analysis. Belmont, Calif., Fearon Publishers  (OCoLC) Document Type.