As a Theory of Constraints expert working in the Project Management, Production and the Supply Chain fields, I have found few software tools that help me create focus on the constraint in a business. LiquidPlanner is one of those tools, with its short learning curve and easy to understand analysis.
I am currently writing a book on some of the key reasons PM fails, called “Addicted to Hopium.” In this book, I talk about the DVA business model – Dependency, Variation, and Analysis – that drives an improvement process that becomes an entrenched routine. The DVA portion of this process fits nicely with LP.
According to a Gallup Business Journal article, 39% of projects fail due to lack of planning, resources, and activities
DVA attempts address these failures with DVA by insisting on collaboration of key resources that yields: