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It was one night after a soccer practice in April, as he lay sprawled on the couch watching television, that he had the seizure. Mike and Sally, terrified, had taken him to the ER, which sent them directly to a staff neurologist. He’d admitted Tim, ordered an MRI, and then called Mike and Sally into his office while Tim slept quietly in a room on the children’s floor. In silent fear, they sat and waited for him to explain what was happening. Dr. Maples sat with Tim’s chart open on his desk. Several times he seemed on the point of speaking but then looked down at the chart again.
Well, it’s the death by a thousand cuts. ” Charlene cocked an eyebrow, “I’ve certainly seen the problem before. ” “During the planning phase we look for two things. First, tasks or sequences of tasks that can be worked in parallel instead of in series. That’s a huge source of speed. Second, we try to find the true touch time for individual tasks—that’s the hands-on time that it takes to get something done. Once we have that we’re able to come up with much more compact project schedules. “We also model the resources required to get the work done.