07 January 2023 at 08:19PM
PMI Honolulu Member Kenneth Smith's article gets published in PM World Journal January 2023 Issue
On Critical Chain Scheduling & Buffering: A Critique on the Theory of Constrains as Applied to Project Management
By Dr. Kenneth Smith, PMP
The world’s longest Christmas season has been underway in the Philippines since September 1, albeit somewhat subdued this year; while Christmas and other holidays — religious and secular – are coming up in rest of the world. This year’s season of “holiday cheer” is dampened by widespread inflation, disrupted economic supply-chains as well as under- & un-employment; giving rise to frustration on all sides, short-tempered outbursts and downright despair. Nevertheless, despite gloom & doom in the Economic Sector, hope of improvement in Public Sector ‘policy, bureaucracy & public service’ abounds – at least in ‘my small world’ — with expectations from recent or anticipated changes. To wit, the new Philippine regime just completed its first 100-day milestone and is undergoing ad hoc performance assessment by the media; while mid-term elections are imminent in America. Given the acrimonious run-up in the U.S., changes are bound to occur there after the New Year at the national level as well as in some States.
For the full article click here in PM World Journal, Volume XII, Issue I - January 2023
For more information contact Dr. Kenneth Smith