R&D projects faster and more easily with 2-tier planning
Christo Wentzel is very much a family man, and his one son and one daughter are a great source of pride in his life, and it is this profound sense of purpose that forms the basis of everything that he does. He started his professional career in 1993 when he started working as a master technician but, before that, he established a strong theoretical foundation for his future career in the technical and engineering field, studying electrical heavy engineering. From there, his journey has led him on some very interesting and challenging pursuits, all of which he has thoroughly enjoyed and given his all to and equipping himself for future professional endeavors including becoming an R & D project manager in 1998 and spending the past eight years implementing and facilitating Critical Chain Project Management and Theory of Constraints Project Management. From an extramural and recreational point of view, you’ll most likely find him trail running, road running or in the cross-fit gym. Fitness is a very important aspect of his life, and he enjoys challenging himself to achieve new levels of strength and endurance.