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Pull Planning

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Zoltan Palffy
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Do you think that a pull planning forum would be of value here at PP ?

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Alexandre Faulx-B...
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Hi there,

I would like Critical Chain and Resource Critical Path!

When, in 1999/2000, the former LeBihan Cie (now Sciforma) introduced the Critical Chain Planning with the software Planning Scheduler (PS) 8, I became really enthusiastic about it.

Alexandre

Rafael Davila
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Why not another forum for:
• Last Planner
• Lean Planning
• Rolling Wave Planning
• Production Planning
• Success Driven Project Management
• Critical Chain Project Scheduling
• Precedence Diagram Method (PDM)
• Activity Diagraming Method (ADM)
• Critical Path Method (CPM)
• Resource Critical Path (RCP)
• Time Risk Allowance
• Relationship Diagraming Method (RDM)
• Earned Value Management (EVM)
• Earned Scheduling (ES)
• The Fly by Night Scheduler method
• The Last Buzzword Method
Why not keeping the discussions under some of the existing one that fits the originator's target audience.

Jerome Odeh
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Yes, having a Pull Planning forum will be good.