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Critical Chain Webinar

Critical Chain Project Management for rapid product development



Why Critical Chain is a strategic lever for new product development 

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Date & Information

  • On Wednesday,  3rd of July,

  • From 4pm to 5pm(CET / UTC+1) / 10am to 11am (EST)

  • Free webinar in English, registration mandatory 



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Most new product development project portfolios are suffering from major delays, yet more and more projects are being initiated, and deadlines are becoming ever tighter.


For over 20 years, Critical Chain Project Management (CCPM) has been helping companies to improve visibility and put their projects under control, notably through its management of the uncertainty, inherent in new product development.


In this webinar, Philip Marris presents the benefits and results of Critical Chain in this type of activity, using 3 case studies to illustrate the theory behind the method.

The webinar ends with a Q&A session.


If you want to transform your new product development, this webinar is for you!


Philip started his Theory Of Constraints journey in 1986 when he joined Creative Output and worked with Eliyahu Goldratt, the founder of the Theory Of Constraints and author of the worldwide bestseller “The Goal”.

In 1994 he wrote a bestselling Theory Of Constraints textbook in French.

He is also a recognized Lean expert and combines Lean (Manufacturing/Engineering/Management) with Theory Of Constraints.


He founded Marris Consulting based in Paris France in 2005.

Half their business is outside of France in Europe and the rest of the world. He is bilingual and bi-cultural French/English. He is very active in the Theory Of Constraints community. He has implemented the Theory Of Constraints over 320 times in over 30 countries.

His clients include: Air France, ArcelorMittal, Ariane Group, Embraer, GSK, McDonald's, Louis Vuitton, Procter & Gamble, Safran, Salzgitter-Mannesmann, Siemens, SKF, Thales and Zodiac Aerospace.