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Articles and Discussion about Critical Path Drag and Drag Cost on LinkedIn

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Stephen Devaux
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Two articles on LinkedIn have generated a lot of great discussion in the Comments. The articles, written by me, are titled “Seventeen Years Later, Doesn’t Critical Path Drag Belong in the Sixth Edition of the PMBOK® Guide” and “Drag Is NOT the Most Important Scheduling Metric – Drag Cost Is!”

I think members of this Group will find these articles interesting – but even more, will find the discussions in the Comments illuminating. I’d be delighted if you’d add your thoughtful comments as well, either here or in the Cooments section after the articles.

 

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/seventeen-years-later-doesnt-critical-path-drag-belong-stephen-devaux

 

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/drag-most-important-scheduling-metric-cost-stephen-devaux

 

Fraternally in project management,

Steve the Bajan