Critical Chain Project Management Concepts and Principles Workshop on CDRobert C. Newbold
Level of TOC knowledge acquired:Introductory
Designed for:Consultants, Implementers, Managers, Project Managers and Academics
Application:Buffer Management and Critical Chain
This session introduces participants to the basics of managing a single project using constraints management.
The four-step process of scheduling a project using critical chain scheduling is illustrated and compared to traditional project management.
Several major problems existing in project environments are presented, and solutions are illustrated using games and exercises.
The concepts of strategic buffering, project decision support systems, and multiproject scheduling using critical chains are introduced.
- Give participants a basic familiarity with critical chain project management
- Enable participants to judge the applicability of the critical chain concepts to their world.
- Provide some basic practical concepts that participants can immediately apply and benefit from.