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Episode 057: Critical Chain Project Management

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Allen Elder Are you struggling to get your projects done on schedule? Are you looking for a better, more profitable way to get things done? Then maybe you should take a look at Critical Chain Project Management. CCPM was developed based on Eliyahu Goldratt's Theory of Constraints and it is the main topic of today's episode of The Project Management Podcast™. We welcome Allan Elder, PMP, of www.nolimitsleadership.com to discuss Critical Chain Project Management. We look at why our projects are late and how the Critical Chain approach will benefit you. Allan can be contacted at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . We also announce the winners of our book giveaway who each have won one copy of Quentin Flemings "Project Procurement Management". PMPs can claim 1 category 2-SDL PDU for listening to today's episode.

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THANKS FOR THIS VALUE INFORMATION
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Nick Gerogosian, PMP %2013-%05-%17 %16:%May:%th
Excellent content and examples
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Excellent Episode and the article, "Five Diseases of Project Management"
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Excellent answers to end of interview questions.
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This was an excellent episode
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Excellent Episode and the article, "Five Diseases of Project Management"
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Liked the presentation on Critical chain.
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Eunice Brandao Oliveira %2013-%12-%03 %16:%Dec:%rd
:D I really enjoyed Allan Elder's take on Critical Chain Project Management and how it should become the next 'it' thing in project management. It also helped me clarify the difference between the Critical Path Project Management and Critical Chain Project Management. It stuck to my mind that the former is more deterministic while the latter is more probabilistic. And knowing that project management is not a science we should really stick to the probabilistic approach; it seems a better match in my opinion.