Project Management: From Art to Science with Critical Chain - One Day Online Introduction

Monday, 7 December 2020 2:00 PM - Thursday, 10 December 2020 4:00 PM EST

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Monday, 7 December 2020 2:00 PM - Thursday, 10 December 2020 4:00 PM EST

William Hoefle, a TOC Expert and internationally recognized expert in Critical Chain Project Management, will facilitate this 1 day introduction to Critical Chain, online, in 4 2-hour sessions over consecutive days.  This interactive workshop is dedicated to the application of Critical Chain within single and multi-project program management environments.  The final day of the program will focus on application, implementation issues and general discussion with course attendees.


Day 1: Theory Of Constraints reminders and issues of traditional project management

  • Overview of Theory of Constraints
  • Problems of traditional project management

Day 2: Principles and rules of Critical Chain

  • Principles and scheduling rules of Critical Chain
  • Management the Critical Chain way

Day 3: Roles, Rules and Processes

  • What is a day in the life under Critical Chain Management
  • Project Management - Pipeline Management - Portfolio Management

Day 4: Implementation and Q&A


  • What does an implementation plan look like and what does it take to put this into place?
  • Q&A


Participants will gain not only a functioning knowledge of the Critical Chain concepts, but will leave with actionable steps to immediately begin improving their project management environment.

Alex Rogo Consulting is hosting this webinar to provide insight and take away actions an attendee can immediately put into practice to improve project cycle times.

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