Greg Hutto

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Projects, Project Management, Critical Path Method (CPM), Critical Chain Method (CCM), Critical Path Project Management (CPPM), Critical Chain Project Management (CCPM), Project Management Institute (PMI), Project Management Professional (PMP), Project Management Certificate, Slack, Safety, Buffer, Critical Path, Critical Chain, Theory of Constraints, Network, Graph Theory, Gantt Chart, Student Syndrome, Parkinson’s Law, Multitasking, Pipelining


MSEM/MSOM Lunch and Learn Webinar Series


Planning a wedding is one of the most challenging projects in a young life… So much to do! A respected journal in the project management literature -- Southern Bride -- advises well-off young couples to escape stress and employ a professional wedding planner+. In today's webinar we will contrast two project planning methods in examining one such wedding project -- hastily planned and beset with troubles. We will shed light on the science & art of project management and possibly help our wedding planners (both professional and amateur) avoid stress-induced medical complications. In this webinar, we’ll be spending time with Greg Hutto, an instructor in the MS in Operations Management program. Though Greg’s specialty is math and engineering, today we will focus on the human foibles in project management because only people do projects!


Moderated by Karin Hickenbotham, Marketing & Communications, MSOM and MSEM

Additional Resources:

  • Larsen, Gray, Project Management: The Managerial Process, 8th ed McGraw Hill
  • Critical Chain Project Management (text), Leach, Lawrence ISBN 1-58053-074-5
  • Kelley, James; Walker, Morgan. Critical-Path Planning and Scheduling, 1959 Proceedings of the Eastern Joint Computer Conference.
  • Kelley, James; Walker, 1984, T.Morgan. The Origins of CPM: A Personal History. PMNETwork 3(2):7–22
  • Goldratt, Eliyahu M, and Jeff Cox. The Goal: A Process of Ongoing Improvement. Great Barrington, MA: North River Press, 2004. TOC for Production
  • Goldratt, E. M. (1997). Critical chain. North River Press. TOC-Critical Chain for Project Management
  • ProChain - commercial TOC company – Dr Wendall Simpson --
  • Realization – commercial TOC company – Mr Sridar Chandrasekaran --
  • The Goldratt Institute --