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                            Copyright to Skip Reedy © 2012.
                            Published here December 2012.

                            Editor's Note | Constraints Management | Five-Step Process
                            Improving Production at Little Cost | Buffer Management | Critical Chain Project Management
                            Critical Path Method vs. Critical Chain Project Management
                            Critical Chain Rules of Engagement

                            Skip Reedy is a Mechanical Engineer from the University of Detroit, holds an MBA from Loyola University of Chicago and is certified by the Theory of Constraints International Certification Organization (TOCICO). He is the owner of CCPM Consulting LLC and is considered an expert in Critical Chain Project Management. Skip spent 14 years with Boeing as a Manufacturing Engineer, a Design Engineer and an internal Theory of Constraints consultant. His web site is http://ccpmconsulting.com and he may be reached by Email at skip@ccpmconsulting.com.

                            Editor's Note

                            In describing Critical Chain Project Management, Skip Reedy first describes the management of constraints concepts that underpin the Theory of Constraints that is typically applied in manufacturing production management.

                             

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