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Critical Path: The string of tasks that, because of their dependencies, dictate the minimum time for completion of the project. Concepts: Milestones Leveling Tasks/Subtasks Critical Path Over-allocation Slack Availability Predecessor Resource Utility = E V / Γ D Pareto’s Law: 80% - 20% • 80% of the work is on 20% of the project • 80% of the return is on 20% of the activity • 80% of the exam is on 20% of the material Parkinson’s Law: Work expands to fill the allocated time Murphy’s Law: If anything can go wrong, it will.
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Unformatted text preview: Aristotle In observing the world, Aristotle saw four "causes" that are responsible for making an object what it is: the material, formal, efficient, and final. material cause: that out of which a thing is made formal cause: that into which a thing is made efficient cause: that by which a thing is made final cause: that for which a thing is made. Aristotle believed the last of these to be most important, for it determined the other three....
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