If your company is like many, you continue to experience failure delivering projects to schedule, budget, and scope. Critical Chain Project Management (CCPM) enables you to deliver projects in less time, all the time with an improved quality of life for the project team.
1. Learn the key elements of Critical Chain Project Management
2. Learn the differences between conventional project management & critical chain
3. See the core differences in project planning and execution and project portfolio management
This presents the core concepts of the CCPM method as it applies to three main areas of projects: execution, planning & project portfolio management.
Little’s Law is a very simple concept that will help you gain control over your system. Mastering this concept will arm you with ONE thing that will improve your process and it doesn't cost a dime.
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Is multitasking a good thing? Most think that multitasking is a good skill to have; chewing gum and walking, reading and breathing, texting and driving (but you don’t do that, do you?).
Even though we think multitasking is good, research shows just the opposite. Research shows that dividing attention across multiple activities is taxing on the brain and often comes at the expense of real productivity. As much as a 40% loss. And it can also increase stress for the people multitasking, making your employees frustrated and stressed while at work. To do tasks that are complicated, you are either going to have to slow down or you are going to start making mistakes, causing each task to take longer.
Watch the video to learn more about the "evils" of multitasking and what you can do to stop your resources (and you!) from multitasking.