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The Artech House bestseller Critical Chain Project Management now builds on its own success in a second edition packed with fresh, field-tested insights on how to plan, lead, and complete projects with unprecedented efficiency. It provides project managers with expanded coverage on critical chain planning, multiple project selection and management, critical change project networks, new Agile and Lean techniques related to critical chain project management (CCPM), and effective strategies for bringing about the organizational change required to succeed with this breakthrough method. This cutting-edge work spells out all the CCPM techniques, tools, and theory managers need to develop critical chain solutions and apply them to their challenging projects. Moreover, the book helps managers master key project skills not covered in other critical chain books, such as scope control and risk management.

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By a project manager, for project managers.
I wrote this book for project managers. While I find Eli Goldratts writings delightful, he does not have a project management background, and does not attempt to give full understanding of his methods in his books. This book combines the knowledge base of the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK), principles of Total Quality Management, Systems Thinking, and my thirty years of successful project management experience to bring you a complete solution. -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine vergriffene oder nicht verfügbare Ausgabe dieses Titels.

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1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Ein Kunde am 13. Juli 2000
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A book for Project Managers who have succeeded on projects by applying lots of hard work. This concept can offer improved project management techniques to complete projects on time and with less stress on the team members. Clearly, an advancement in the field.
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1 von 2 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Andreas am 11. Januar 2005
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This book is one of the first books trying to go more into depth about Critical Chain Project Management. I was really excited when I found the book, because Goldratt's book just gives an idea about the fundamental principles.
So I was mainly looking for a hands-on guideline how to implement this concept. The solutions the author provides like informing everybody about the new approach of reliable 50% probability activity duration estimation sound good, but in practice a contractor hardly would follow this concept if not also contractual agreements are in place.
I must say that I was pretty disappointed about the book.
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1 von 2 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Ein Kunde am 24. März 2000
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Having experience of managing strategical project I find the approach of critical chain very useful and highly applicable. Specially after reading this book I was able to clearly define the main points of this approach where I have just felt it before. It helped me to understand in more analytic way the process of project forming and managing. Really appreciable.
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16 von 17 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Good follow-on reading after Goldratt about CCPM 16. März 2006
Von John Schuyler - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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While not a devotee of critical chain project management (CCPM), I embrace several features of the approach.

Overall, this is a fine book despite some typos and minor organization flaws.

Mr. Leach has been promoting, teaching, and consulting in this area for years. It appears that the book is intended to complement his training and consulting---and that's okay. Anecdotes are frequently from questions arising at training or during client implementations. His experience shows.

Leach works to integrate concepts from theory of constraints (Goldratt), Project Management Institute's "PMBOK® Guide," lean manufacturing, and Six Sigma. He does this reasonably well, building upon and extending the foundation laid by Goldratt.

Some standout features of the book include a) implmentation barriers and issues; b) table of project model (logic) checks; and c) extensive notes and a chapter on implmentation.

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The first reading about CCPM should always be "Critical Chain" (1997) by E. Goldratt. This is an easy, insightful reading, by the guy that popularized (invented?) CCPM.

Then, before attempting implementation, I suggest studying Larry Leach's (this)book. Another credible guide is "Project Management in the Fast Lane: Applying the Theory of Constraints" (1998) by Robert Newbold
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The Best Book on Critical Chain Yet ! 1. September 2000
Von "thepmguy" - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
If your organization finds itself mired in delays, budget overruns, and exhausted staff 'running around in circles,' critical chain project management (CCPM) deserves your serious consideration.
An excellent start on the road to dramatic improvements for managing your projects, this book by Mr. Leach includes his practical experiences and numerous tips for successful project management using the renowned Critical Chain approach created by Dr. Eli Goldratt. A key component of this work is the implementation plan, which will jump start your planning for the breakthrough solution to projects mired by bottlenecks and will set you on track for a process of ongoing improvement for your portfolio of projects.
This book does a superb job of walking you through the theory, the psychology, and the practical aspects of critical chain project management. Another key thread is how Larry integrates the PMI Body of Knowledge principles with CCPM - a real plus for those who need the 'whole picture.'
I highly recommend this work for those who are serious about making the dramatic improvements required to excel in the digital revolution - projects often are delivered 20% or more earlier using critical chain properly. Mr. Leach's book will get you started on the right track.
21 von 25 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
NowI have an idea what to do... 29. November 2000
Von Amazon Customer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I read Goldratt's Critical Chain and was interested but had no idea what to do next other than pay him a bundle of money for a seminar.

Not the problem here. Now I understand what they are proposing and I can explore these ideas further without forking up more money... at least until I need some good training. Which has it's place... after you've decided to committ.
10 von 11 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
A long read on an interesting topic 16. Januar 2007
Von Joe PM - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I have always been interested in Critical Chain from a PM perspective and, more generally, the concept of Theory of Constraints. I thought this book would be a great way to extend my knowledge of ToC and to learn about how to move away from critical path.

The real meat of this book doesn't even kick in until about Chapter 4. Prior, there are lots of thoughts about the many sins of "critical path" and how we're all doomed to failure if we don't change our ways. Then, the book starts to get into how to actually use the technique. It's a long discussion... without a lot of "knowledge checks" to make sure you understand what is going on. There are technical diagrams, lots of them, many of them without a whole lot of explanation. I found myself occasionally having to re-read sections two or three times to really understand what the author was driving at.

I'm sure this is a practical book if used as a "complete reference" but in my opinion it's not a good guide for someone who wants to understand the basics quickly and then gain extensive knowledge of the topic over time.
8 von 9 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Fantastic coverage of PM/TOC integration 14. November 2000
Von Ein Kunde - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Books covers TOC integrated into Project management, with further integration of the TQM principles. Takes what was discussed in Goldratt's "Critical Chain" novel and puts it into a How-to format. Worth every penny!
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