Reflecting on THE GOAL by E.M. Goldratt and the lessons learned, answer the following three questions.
1. Critique the wisdom of Jonah and his approach?
2. Critique THE GOAL as an operations management text and as a teaching tool for the workplace.
3. Give an example of a real-life situation in which the lessons of THE GOAL can be applied. Essentially, be a Jonah. You are the wise consultant brought in to fix or improve the company, and you are tasked with helping them to improve their metrics, their processes, their quality, their supply chain, their bottlenecks, or just about anything that would help to bring them closer to their goal of making money.