- Traditional Project Management vs Critical Chain Project Management
- How to Implement CCPM tailored to your project
- what are advantages using CCPM methodology
- How to reduce Project Cycle Time
- Understanding Buffer Management
- Update and track within the given buffer period
- How to Create Stable Work Priorities
- How to use Prochain application to implement CCPM
- Implementation Issues
- Identifying the critical path and baselines
Does Projects always delay?
Over 200 of the world's leading companies have applied Critical Chain methods to manage their projects and have seen amazing success.
Lucent Technologies: On-time performance through use of CCPM has increased to 90%+. Harris Semiconductor: Applied CCPM for building a new computer chip fabrication plant. The plant was completed and had certified product quality acceptance 34 months ahead of schedule.
Would you like to experience such success stories in your projects? Here is a unique opportunity.
What is CCPM?
Critical chain project management (CCPM) is a method of planning and managing projects that leverages uncertainty towards opportunity rather than consider it as a threat. It was developed by Eliyahu M. Goldratt. It differs from traditional methods that derive from critical path and PERT algorithms, which emphasize task order and rigid scheduling. A critical chain project network strives to keep resources levelly loaded and place buffers at end points rather than individual tasks.
The ProChain is one of the leading Scheduler software that implements the concept of CCPM on Microsoft Project 2013. It evaluates the logical flow of the work along with scarce resources and turns it into a critical chain schedule. It considers a range of opportunities to complete any project rather than driven by deadline. Register and explore more such fascinating ways to build project schedule with Prochain and achieve breakthrough performance on time to market and increase throughput.
This workshop is a PMI approved CCR categoryA activity and participants will earn 16 Professional development units (PDUs) upon successful completion.