ProjectsToday to Hold Two-Day Workshop on "Critical Chain Project Management" Alan Barnard to Talk About Critical Chain Project Management in Delhi

Mumbai, Maharashtra India (PressExposure) November 09, 2011 -- Dr Alan Barnard, CEO of Goldratt Research Labs (USA) will be in India on 29th November to talk in two-day workshop on 'Critical Chain Project Management' in New Delhi. Sanjeev Gupta, CEO, Realization, will be another prominent speaker on the occasion and will talk about 'Doing Projects Right Today.' The event is organized by ProjectsToday, a division of Economic Research India Pvt Ltd, which monitors 43,000 ongoing projects in India.

"India is on the threshold of economic revolution and she is investing huge sum of money on creating infrastructure and other facilities. Application of Eli Goldratt's concept of Critical Chain Project Management will help India to achieve her objective much faster and more efficiently. I am glad to come to India and talk about this concept", said Barnard who will be visiting India for the first time.

According to the data released by the Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation, 158 large projects (involving project cost above Rs 1000 crore) currently under various stages of implementation have seen a cost overrun of 21%. In other words, country has to spend Rs 1,00,497 crore more on these projects because of cost overrun. Application of latest technologies and newer project management concepts can help the country to reduce wastage and ensure efficient use of scarce resources.

The workshop will be held at Clarion Collection, The Qutab Hotel, New Delhi on 29th and 39th November.

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ProjectsToday, set up in 2000, is in the forefront of surveying India's projects investment trends and disseminating project related information in the country. ProjectsToday monitors more than 43,000 projects coming up in India. With employee strength of more than 150 people, ProjectsToday has the largest database of upcoming projects in the country. Almost all the leading project developers, consultants and bankers are clients of ProjectsToday. The decade long experience in Indian project investment field has given ProjectsToday a strong head start to conduct a seminar of this kind.

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Press Release Submitted On: November 11, 2011 at 12:08 am
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