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Click to edit Master subtitle style 10/15/10 Design Principles and Methodologies 25 January 2010 Design 4
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10/15/10 Design 4 Management The Team – Roles? What needs doing? Sub-teams, structures, management…
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10/15/10 Design 4 Management The Problem - Tasks? What needs doing? Main tasks, sub-tasks, specifications…
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10/15/10 Design 4 Management Each member of the team has been assigned a role. . You have a list of tasks – basically issues that need resolving. . So how do you manage it all? Use a GANTT chart. .
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10/15/10 GANTT Chart Chart to illustrate a project schedule Work breakdown of project in terms of terminal elements and summary elements Can show current schedule status Dates back to around 1910 Now implemented on personal
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10/15/10 GANTT Chart Common technique for representing the phases and activities of a project Note that a Gantt chart only shows the schedule. The tasks and project breakdown should be done first and also allocated to resources. A Gantt chart focuses on schedule management NOT on the size of a
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10/15/10 The GANTT Chart
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10/15/10 Resource Usage
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10/15/10 The PERT Chart
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10/15/10 Building the Gantt Chart A few rules Get all team members commitments for the entire time of the project Do not overload any team member in
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This note was uploaded on 10/14/2010 for the course ECSE 211 taught by Professor Davidalisterlowther during the Fall '09 term at McGill.

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