Case Study

Getting ready for the Olympic Games

2 pages
December 2011
Reference: IMD-6-0337

This mini case explores project management and deals with the critical path method (CPM) as well as with the concept of crashing a project in a cost efficient way.

Learning Objective

This case was designed for use in an operations management or introductory project management course. The case content allows for an analytical approach to covering the basic skills in planning a project, including precedence relationships, critical path, due dates, crashing, etc.

Keywords
Project Management, Operations Management, Construction, Production Management, Olympics
Settings
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Type
Generalized Experience
Copyright
© 2011
Available Languages
English
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