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Agenda 1. Network Diagrams 2. Schedule compression 3. Dependencies 4. Float (slack) 5. Schedule development 6. Critical path method 7. Estimating 8. Progress reporting
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Time Process Groups PLANNING Activity Definition Activity Sequencing Activity Resource Estimating Activity Duration Estimating Schedule Development MONITORING & CONTROLLING Schedule Control
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Types of Dependencies Mandatory Dependency- inherent to the nature of the work being done or required by the project Example: Digging a hole before pouring the foundation on a house Discretionary Dependency- the way the PM prefers to set dependencies Example: Painting the interior of a house first vs. the exterior of vice versa
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Types of Dependencies (cont.) External Dependency- based on the needs of a party outside of the contract Example : Outside suppliers delivering goods
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Float (aka Slack) Total Float- Amount of time an activity can be delayed without delaying the project end date or a major milestone Free Float- Amount of time a project can be delayed without delaying the early start date of future successor projects
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Float (aka slack) Project Float- Amount of time a project can be delayed without delaying the project completion date
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How to Calculate Float? Float = Late Finsh (LF) – Early Finish (EF) or; Float = Late Start (LS) – Early Start (ES) Float helps teams manage projects because it tells them how much time flexibility they have on each task.
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Schedule Compression Objective: Achieve the greatest amount of schedule compression for the least incremental cost while maintaining project scope. Schedule compression occurs during: Planning phase: see if desired completion date can be met and what will have to change to make that date.
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