Critical Chain Project Management is a project management method that is based on the critical chain theory. It provides a framework for project managers to manage their projects. Critical Chain Project Management is also known as the Critical Chain Theory or CCPM. It was created by Dr. Ishikawa in the 1960s and has been around ever since then, but it has only recently become popular among project managers and organizations alike because of its ability to help them manage projects more effectively. The CCPM framework includes five steps: planning, execution, monitoring, controlling, and closing. The first step is planning which includes creating a plan and assigning resources to each task in order to complete the project successfully. The second step is execution which entails completing all tasks as scheduled while keeping an eye on progress throughout the process.