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This cutting-edge work gives you full understanding of the CCPM techniques, tools, and theory you need to develop critical chain solutions and apply them to all types of projects. You get clear instructions on how to build single-project critical chain plans and how to stagger projects in a multiple-project environment.
You also learn buffer management techniques for avoiding the pitfalls of committing too much or too little to any specific project, and for meeting project time and cost commitments every time. Moreover, the book integrates key features of PMBOK Project Management Body of Knowledge with critical chain to help you master key project management skills not covered in other critical chain books, such as scope control and risk management.
This easy-to-follow guide offers you the power to shorten project delivery time, eliminate cost and scheduling over-runs, manage project resources more efficiently, reduce stress on your project team, and finish projects that meet or exceed expectations.
Over illustrations help clarify this innovative method that has produced well-documented results in a growing variety of project environments. Begin at the Beginning - Project Success. Success With Critical Chain. Agile, or Light, Project Management. System of Profound Knowledge.
Toward a Core Dilemma. Determining What to Change To.
Developing the Critical Chain Solution. Exploiting the Plan Using Buffer Management. The Work Breakdown Structure.
The Project Work Plan. Buffer and Threshold Sizing. Methods to Create the Plan. Reducing Planned Time a. Enterprise Wide Resource Planning. Frequently Asked Planning Questions. Exploiting the Multiproject Constraint.
Features of Multiproject Critical Chains. Frequently Asked Multiproject Questions. Measurement and Controlling the Plan - Project Roles. Responding to the Buffer Signals. Frequently Asked Measurement-and-Control Questions.
Vision of the End. To Pilot or Not to Pilot? Measure and Control Implementation. What If Implementation Progress Stalls?
Planning to Control Risks. Leach is president of Advanced Projects, Inc. He received his M.Case: The CCPM Dilemma. Pinyarat worked in the IT department of a diversified IT firm.
She described the firm’s early encounters with critical chain scheduling to a friend in another IT firm.
The proposed paper aims at defining a multi-criteria priority indicator integrating the principles of critical chain project management (CCPM), which considers the human factor for delay in task completion, and the fuzzy logic (FL), which model human reasoning.
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