Downloads

As promised in LinkedIn/Theory of Constraints Professionals discussion

Programme Fever Chart Spreadsheet

A spreadsheet that shows you which projects out of your Programme Portfolio should receive most management attention.  Download here:  Programme Fever Chart

 

Project Fever Chart Spreadsheet

A chart in a spreadsheet that you can use to see %CC Complete vs %Buffer Consumed. Download here: ProjectFeverChart

This workbook uses a Macro that was described here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/213750

 

Variation simulation (CCPM/TOC game)

This simulation uses a number of dice (per group). Three six-sided dice. And one twenty sided-one.

Three resources (the dice) show how much you can produce.

Download simple instruction here: Instruction

And download the spreadsheet to note the results here: 5 Runs Simulation Sheet


If you have questions, please contact me!

If you’d like to share your experiences with any of the above (simple!) spreadsheets, please use the ‘Geef een reactie’ (“Write a comment”) box below.

And when one of my simple spreadsheets helped you in any way, and you would like to show your gratitude 🙂 :  

 

2 thoughts on “Downloads

  1. Finally, I found this fever chart spreadsheet again. It is so useful if you are doing agile with some kanban stuff. Visual controls like kanban boards and value streams are critical, but fever charts are very self-explanatory and, from the risk perspective, quite predictive for common cause events. I can no longer live without then.

    Thanks you for making them available and, if possible, add a few instructions in English top the PayPal donation instructions so I can help out.

  2. Dear Phill, Due to moving houses etc with all the hassle that goes with it, I only saw your post last week. Sorry for that. Hope you still find the fever chart useful.
    Could you please let me know on what part you need a few instructions?
    Thanks!
    Marten

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