In business, as in sports, the focus is on winning. However great teams and great companies have to do with more than providing instant results, they develop their distinct core philosophy that makes them great with time. When the focus is only on winning by providing numbers, companies are most likely to compromise on the development of their core philosophy and its application.This book discloses the Theory of Constraints as an useful management philosophy through fifteen areas including the best ways to deal with unpredictability, intricacy and disputes, growth method, and also deals with the flow of performing this philosophy throughout the various conditions of operation. The first half of the book highlights major management mistakes that can be made along with the ramifications of these mistakes. The 2nd half of the book focuses on the building blocks of Goldratt s approach for sustainable growth and success.