CNST 361 ch3 - CNST 361 1-17-08 Chapter 3 Lists & Mag...

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CNST 361 1-17-08 There are options for creating schedules which are not very sophisticated but still provide a plan to be followed Schedules need to be created for the people who use them, not for the benefit of those who create them. Checklists - simplest type schedule to create. List out the steps which need to be completed Organize the list in the order that the items are to be accomplished. Handwritten list is harder to reorganize List in PC easier to manipulate. As items on the list are completed they are ‘checked off.’ An as-built diary easy to create if the actual timing of completed activities is also identified at the time items are checked-off. Copies of the checklist can be distributed to the appropriate individuals to help them plan their time and record their progress. The first reference to a tabular report is in chapter 3. A ‘tabular report’ is nothing more than a matrix which identifies specific information regarding an activity. As a reference
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2008 for the course CNST 361 taught by Professor Scigliano during the Winter '08 term at Eastern Michigan University.

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CNST 361 ch3 - CNST 361 1-17-08 Chapter 3 Lists & Mag...

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