Critical Path VS Critical Chain

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Critical path and critical chain are two project management methodologies that are used to manage complex projects. The critical path method (CPM) is a method of scheduling a project that is based on the longest sequence of dependent activities. In contrast, the critical chain method (CCM) is a method of scheduling a project that takes into account resource constraints and buffers to ensure that projects are completed on time. While both methods are used to manage complex projects, critical path is focused on time and sequence, while critical chain is focused on resource constraints and buffers. Choosing between the two methods depends on the specific needs of the project and the organization.


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