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FREE Basics of TOC Webinar: Planning and Running Projects (5/26/18) Eli Schragenheim
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This webinar is part of the Basic TOC series, it is FREE for all and no prior knowledge in TOC or CCPM is required. ​Planning and Running Projects – Demonstrating the problem and the basic insights behind the TOC. CCPM, Critical Chain Project Management, is the official name for the TOC application for running projects. While quite a lot of its detailed features are still discussed and debated it is mandatory that we should view again the basic ideas.

5/26/2018
When: Saturday, May 26, 2018
8:00am to 9:30am Pacific Time
Where: Online GoToWebinar
United States
Contact: Marcia Hutchinson


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This webinar is part of the Basic TOC series, it is FREE for all and no prior knowledge in TOC or CCPM is required.

Planning and Running Projects
Demonstrating the problem and the basic insights behind the TOC solution
Presented by Eli Schragenheim
Saturday May 29, 2018
8:00am-9:30am Pacific Time

CCPM, Critical Chain Project Management, is the official name for the TOC application for running projects.  While quite a lot of its detailed features are still discussed and debated it is mandatory that we should view again the basic ideas. 

Eli Schragenheim has developed a simulator, on the request of Dr. Goldratt, in order to analyze and demonstrate the problems and the proposed solution.  A learning mechanism has been added to the simulator and it will be extensively used in this webinar to demonstrate the basic ideas.

The art of Project Management depends a lot on managing the very high uncertainty in projects.  The simulator is tuned for that, including the impact of the behavior of the people involved when they have to follow the planned time of every task.

The problem of multi-tasking is going to be demonstrated as well, however, maybe not to its full devastating impact.

About Eli Schragenheim

Eli Schragenheim is a well known international management educator and consultant active in various fields of management like corporate strategy, supply chain, project management, shop-floor control, IT and HR.  He worked with huge variety of organizations all over the world, including public-sector organizations, industrial, high-tech and start-ups.

Since he has joined Dr. Eliyahu M. Goldratt, the famous creator of the Theory of Constraints (TOC) in 1985, Eli Schragenheim has taught, spoke at conferences and consulted all over the globe, including the US, Canada, Britain, Russia, Brazil, Colombia, Israel, Germany, Italy, Belgium, South Africa, Australia, India, China and Japan. 

Eli Schragenheim is also known for his own software simulators and management games designed to experience the thinking and potential of the Theory of Constraints (TOC) in complex environments.

Eli Schragenheim was a partner in the A.Y. Goldratt Institute, after that he was a director in The Goldratt Schools. Now he is managing his international activity as the president of Elyakim Management Systems (1992) Ltd., a company registered in Israel.  He is also a board member of TOCICO – the TOC International Certificate Organization, a non-profit organization that was created by Dr. Goldratt to spread the TOC knowledge in the world and unite the TOC experts to make TOC the main way to manage organizations.

He is the author of several books on various aspects of management.  His first book Management Dilemmas (1998) showed a variety of problematic situations in management and the rigorous analysis leading to the right solution.  Next he collaborated with William H. Dettmer in writing Manufacturing at Warp Speed. In this book the new concept of Simplified-DBR, now a key concept in production planning according to TOC, was introduced.  He also collaborated with Carol A. Ptak on ERP, Tools, Techniques, and Applications for Integrating the Supply Chain, and with Dr. Goldratt and Carol Ptak on Necessary But Not Sufficient.  In 2009 his book Supply Chain Management at Warp Speed, with William H. Dettmer and Wayne Patterson was published.  The new book contains much of the new developments of TOC in operations in the last 10 years.  He also contributed two chapters for the Theory of Constraints Handbook, edited by Cox and Schleier published in 2010 by McGraw-Hill.

Mr. Schragenheim holds an MBA from Tel-Aviv University and B.Sc in Mathematics and Physics from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.  In between his formal studies he was a TV director for almost 10 years.

 Eli Schragenheim is a citizen of Israel.