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Joe Cooper

Joe Cooper is a project, program, and portfolio management consultant at Allegient, LLC in Indianapolis, IN USA. His passion is helping organizations to optimize the speed and reliability of their project delivery and turning this improvement into a strategic competitive advantage. Joe has spoken at PMI Global Congress and at other PMI international events such as PMI Japan Forum and PMI Indonesia Symposium. He has also presented a Critical Chain workshop at the TOCICO international conference. Joe earned his PMP in 2003 and is also certified by the Theory of Constraints International Certification Organization (TOCICO) in critical chain project management. Joe attended graduate school at Oklahoma State University studying Physics and conducting experimental research in medical applications of lasers (tissue coagulation). Joe earned BS degrees in Physics, Mathematics, and Professional Pilot Technology at Indiana State University.

July, 2016

  • 20 July

    Improving Focus and Predictability with Critical Chain Project Management

    Abstract Does it seem that projects in your organization require frequent firefighting where due dates are challenged and heroics are necessary to get things done? Do projects often go from green to red overnight? Is team morale suffering? Do you believe that your organization could flourish to new heights if this cycle were broken? Lack of focus and inability to manage uncertainty are two significant causes of project delays, diminished quality, excessive project durations, and …