What Is ECM in Project Management?

Event Chain Methodology, or ECM, is a project management framework. It is used by project managers to plan schedules, manage change, and mitigate risks.

There are six principles in ECM project management: moment of risk and state of activity, event chains, the Monte Carlo simulation, critical event chains, performance tracking with event chains, and event chain diagrams.

In this video, we will explore the six principles of the Event Chain Methodology. We will also look at the various advantages and disadvantages of this methodology, so you can decide if it would be suitable for your teams.

0:00​ - What is ECM?
0:20 - Who uses ECM?
0:34​ - The principles of ECM
2:44​ - The benefits of ECM
3:32​ - The disadvantages of ECM
4:13​ - Is ECM right for your team?
4:24 - Why choose Wrike?

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