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Critical Chain Project Management, Second Edition
Critical Chain Project Management, Second Edition

Critical Chain Project Management, Second Edition by Lawrence P. Leach

Critical Chain Project Management, Second Edition



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Critical Chain Project Management, Second Edition Lawrence P. Leach ebook
Format: pdf
Publisher: Artech House Publishers
Page: 276
ISBN: 9781580539036






According to CCPM, this wake-up call will cause the critical resource to wrap up any non-critical work and be ready to start work on the critical chain task as soon as its predecessors are completed. Includes time-and-error-saving checklists. I am reading this book again after several years. He originated the Optimized Production Technique, the Theory of Constraints (TOC), the Thinking Processes, Drum-Buffer-Rope, Critical Chain Project Management (CCPM) and other TOC derived tools. Goldratt introduced the Critical Chain concept. Goldratt's book, Critical Chain , applies the theory of constraints to project management. This is used to give a signal to the critical resource that a critical chain activity to which they are assigned is due to start shortly. Definitive CCPM Book Updated -- This might be a bit of old news, but I've just noticed that Larry Leach's excellent book, Critical Chain Project Management, has been updated with a second edition. You'll master advanced scheduling techniques and tools such as strategic planning models and critical chain and enterprise project management. The book the One Minute Manager in 1982 by Ken Blanchard[14]; The Theory of Constraints in 1984 by Eliyahu Goldratt[15]; Total Quality Control/Total Quality Management in 1985 by Edwards Deming[16] and Kaoru Ishikawa; Six Sigma in 1986 by Motorola . Fresh topics in this new edition include critical chain project management, using the Requirements Management Lifecycle as a key driver, career and professional development for project managers, and more. In his 1997 work of fiction, Dr. The book's publication triggered a seemingly unending discussion regarding the virtues of the Critical Chain versus those of the Critical Path. Even on the second turn it was as interesting read as it was for the first time. Project Management Revisited: The Theory of Constraints.