Critical Chain provides the best and most up to date methods for managing projects in many types of environments and industries. The Theory of Constraints is the underlying management methodology on which Critical Chain is based. The following pages provide a brief introduction and overview of how this is achieved:
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When projects matter!
Rob Newbold & Bill Lynch’s latest book, The Project Manifesto, is now available! Visit ProjectManifesto for excerpts, blog, ordering information, and more.
Rob Newbold’s book, The Billion Dollar Solution, is available! Visit BillionDollarSolution for excerpts, blog, ordering information, and more.
Andreas Scherer’s book, Be Fast or Be Gone, is available! Visit BeFastOrBeGone to learn more & for ordering information.
Events: ProChain’s 16th Annual Critical Chain Conference on Feb 21-22, 2018 in Orlando, Florida was a great success. Watch this space for news of the next conference for the opportunity to hear great presenters and network with experienced users.