PMI Project Management Leadership Series: Pull Planning, Lean & Kanban

Many projects managers who manage projects where things changes frequently struggle to prepare and maintain critical path based detailed project schedule. Critical path based planning needs very frequent re-planning and in absence of that schedule remain just a document, schedule rarely reflect the real activities which are getting executed. The push schedule where we expect project manager to allocate activities / tasks to individual require good amount of communication and re-planning and delay in communication or re-planning generates delays in execution, since team waits for instructions. Pull based planning gives a good alternative to manage tasks/ activities. In this session we will look at what is this Pull based scheduling is all about and how it can be implemented.
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