Critical Path 2.0
Critical Path, version 1.0, was invented in the late 1950’s. It is a beautiful product of the human brain; it focuses project managers on activities that impact the project duration. However, some people say there are often gaps in their Critical Path and that they hardly ever see a complete Critical Path in their schedule. Others say that the Critical Path does not work after you have leveled the workloads; as soon as you start delaying tasks to address over-allocations, the Critical Path becomes fragmented and incomplete. These are real issues that an international working group initiated by Eric Uyttewaal has addressed. Eric will share the findings of this working group in this presentation and present to you what they would like to present as the second version of the Critical Path theory: Critical Path 2.0. The document produced by the working group is meant to become a standard for scheduling software that software vendors can aspire to. After 60 years, it is time for Critical Path 2.0! Come and see for yourself if this is indeed the direction that you want scheduling software to take.
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