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On-Line Project Management Conference“Project Management 2012: Findings of the                  Year”  Exepron – The New a...
Theory of Constraints (TOC)     An overall management philosophy introduced by      Dr. Eliyahu M. Goldratt (1947-2011) i...
Critical Chain Methodology     When a project is in its planning stages we need to      increase the probability (above t...
Critical Chain Methodology     The main characteristics of the Critical Chain      methodology are:       During the pro...
The Exepron Software     Exepron is the most intuitive, user friendly way to      manage your Projects in the Cloud     ...
Questions?         Avraham Mordoch - avraham@leapforward.co.ilOctober 12            Project Management 2012: Findings of t...
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Управление проектами: Новый программный инструмент для управления портфелем проектов

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Управление проектами: Новый программный инструмент для управления портфелем проектов

  1. 1. On-Line Project Management Conference“Project Management 2012: Findings of the Year” Exepron – The New and Most Innovative Project Management Software Avraham Mordoch TOC Solutions 29 September, 2011 avraham@leapforward.co.il
  2. 2. Theory of Constraints (TOC)  An overall management philosophy introduced by Dr. Eliyahu M. Goldratt (1947-2011) in his 1984 first book titled The Goal, that is geared to help organizations continually achieve their goals  Key assumptions of TOC:  Every organization has a goal  The rate of goal achievement is limited by a constraint (most probably only one)  The chain is as strong as its weakest link, the constraint  Every constraint can be solved and, by that, to enable the organization to improve its performance  TOC has many derivatives, one of which is the Critical ChainOctober 12 Project Management 2012: Findings of the Year
  3. 3. Critical Chain Methodology  When a project is in its planning stages we need to increase the probability (above the regular statistics) that the project will achieve its objectives, in all three dimensions:  On time  On budget  Deliver the committed content  The only methodology I’m aware of, that increases probability to achieve these objectives is the Critical Chain methodology, a derivative of the Theory of Constraints (TOC)October 12 Project Management 2012: Findings of the Year
  4. 4. Critical Chain Methodology  The main characteristics of the Critical Chain methodology are:  During the project’s planning:  Challenged Tasks  Identification of the Critical Chain  Protection mechanism on the project  During Project’s execution:  Frequent reporting on status of tasks  Buffer ManagementOctober 12 Project Management 2012: Findings of the Year
  5. 5. The Exepron Software  Exepron is the most intuitive, user friendly way to manage your Projects in the Cloud  Immediate Global Collaboration  Informative Dashboards  Easy to Interpret Data  Secure Project / Data Storage  Ease of use, yet Full Featured  Visibly Manage Uncertainty  Fully compatible with the Critical Chain methodologyOctober 12 Project Management 2012: Findings of the Year
  6. 6. Questions? Avraham Mordoch - avraham@leapforward.co.ilOctober 12 Project Management 2012: Findings of the Year

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