„There are three measurements which express the goal of making money perfectly well, but which also permit you to develop operational rules for running your plant. Their names are throughput, inventory and operational expense.“

Источник: The goal: a process of ongoing improvement (1984), p. 60

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„[Operating expense is defined as] all the money the system spends in turning inventory into throughput.“

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Источник: The Haystack Syndrome (1990), p. 29; as cited by: Gerald P. Marquis (2011, p. 10)

„[Throughput is the] rate at which the system generates money through sales.“

—  Eliyahu M. Goldratt Israeli physicist and management guru 1947 - 2011

Источник: The Haystack Syndrome (1990), p. 19; as cited by: Gerald P. Marquis (2011) A Framework for Propagating Measures of Performance Throughout Organizations Using Object-oriented Technology., p. 10

„[Inventory is measured by] the money the system invests in purchasing things the system intends to sell.“

—  Eliyahu M. Goldratt Israeli physicist and management guru 1947 - 2011

Источник: The Haystack Syndrome (1990), p. 23; as cited by: Gerald P. Marquis (2011, p. 10)

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„Then what you find out is, what humans then do is, they create institutions - that's where institutionalism has a tie with Post Keynesianism - they create institutions which limit outcomes, which permit you to control outcomes as long as the society agrees to live by the rules of the game, which are the rules of the institutions. Now, if society rejects those rules, then society breaks down. What are the rules of the game? Well, money is a rule of the economic game. There are lots of human economic arrangements which don't use money. The family unit solves its economic problems, of what and how to produce within the family, without the use of money and without the use of markets. All the 24 hours of the day are either employed or leisure. There's no involuntary unemployment in the family. So you can solve the problem, but it's a different economy. We are talking about a money-using economy, and money is a human institution. You have to ask yourself, why was it created? Why is it so strange? You see, in Lerner, in neoclassical economics, money is a commodity. It's peanuts, with a very high elasticity of production. If people want more money, that creates just as many jobs as if people want goods. Then you have to say to yourself - and this was the question that Milton Friedman asked me in the debate - he says, 'That's nonsense; Davidson says money is not producible. Why are there historical cases where Indians used beads as money? Aren't beads easily producible?“

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„If by "democracy" we mean the form which the Third Estate as such wishes to impart to public life as a whole, it must be concluded that democracy and plutocracy are the same thing under the two aspects of wish and actuality, theory and practice, knowing and doing. It is the tragic comedy of the world‑ improvers' and freedom‑ teachers' desperate fight against money that they are ipso facto assisting money to be effective. Respect for the big number—expressed in the principles of equality for all, natural rights, and universal suffrage—is just as much a class‑ ideal of the unclassed as freedom of public opinion (and more particularly freedom of the press) is so. These are ideals, but in actuality the freedom of public opinion involves the preparation of public opinion, which costs money; and the freedom of the press brings with it the question of possession of the press, which again is a matter of money; and with the franchise comes electioneering, in which he who pays the piper calls the tune. The representatives of the ideas look at one side only, while the representatives of money operate with the other. The concepts of Liberalism and Socialism are set in effective motion only by money. … There is no proletarian, not even a Communist movement, that has not operated in the interests of money, and for the time being permitted by money—and that without the idealists among its leaders having the slightest suspicion of the fact.“

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„Boxing is the only sport you can get your brain shook, your money took and your name in the undertaker book.“

—  Joe Frazier American boxer 1944 - 2011

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„Please don’t let money run your life.“

—  Robert T. Kiyosaki American finance author , investor 1947

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