Critical chain project management is a method of planning and managing projects that takes into account resource delays. Internal and external personnel (contractors or clients), physical space, logistics, and equipment are all examples of resources.
Critical chain project management examines the timeline and then considers resource availability to see how it will affect project activities and completion. Consider walking down a street. You may be walking at a steady rate, but you will be delayed if your cement supplier is sending cement to finish the road. The task, not the resource, was the cause of the delay.
In the CCPM process, there are nine steps to follow:
Also, See: Capability Maturity Model (CMM)
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