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|Critical Chain Project Management - GrandView|
Wednesday, 01 July 2009 09:59
Dr. Andreas Scherer, General Manager, ProChain, Inc.
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About the Webinar:
Ryma's July 1 webinar was presented by Dr. Andreas Scherer. This presentation answered the question, "Why senior executives should care about Critical Chain". By introducing Critical Chain Project Management, companies are able to reduce cycle time by +15% in the first year. On-time delivery rates of projects are in the +95%. How is this possible? This presentation discusses differences between Critical Chain project management and conventional scheduling approaches. Dr. Scherer gives an overview of key concepts of Critical Chain Project Management. He reveals implementation strategies on how to introduce rapid and reliable project management in large scale project-driven organizations. He uses real-world examples showing how Critical Chain applies in the world of Fortune 500 R&D organizations.
The content of this webinar was presented at the Intermediate Level.
Background: For more information about Theory of Constraints, Critical Chain, Critical Chain Project Management
About the Presenter:
Dr. Andreas Scherer is an experienced executive running businesses both internationally and domestically, in the technology, Internet and media space for over 15 years. Currently he serves as a General Manager of ProChain, Inc. - a privately held software company in Northern Virginia. Key verticals are Pharmaceuticals, Semi Conductor, Medical Devices, Consumer Products and the Aerospace Industry. He also serves on the board of TIE DC, an organization fostering entrepreneurship in the Mid-Atlantic region. He has extensive experience managing successfully growth as well as complex turnaround situations. Dr. Scherer holds a Ph.D. in computer science from the University of Hagen, Germany, and a Master of Computer Science from the University of Dortmund, Germany. He is author and co author of over 20 international publications and wrote 2 books in the internet and artificial intelligence space. For more information visit his blog: www.andreasscherer.com or look him up at www.linkedin.com/in/scherer.