SchedulePlanningWorksheet

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Proposals Schedule Planning Worksheet Instructions: Fill this worksheet to help organize the information you will use to plan your schedule. Part I: Project Duration When making a schedule, you will either fit a schedule into a specified period of time or determine how long a project will take. A period of time can either have fixed start and end dates or be a duration stated in terms of days, weeks, or months. 1. What type of schedule are you making? _____ Fit specified dates _____ Fit specified duration _____ No duration or time period specified in advance (schedule will determine duration) 2. Do you have specific start and end dates for the project? If yes, what are they? 3. Do you have a specific duration for the project? If yes, what is the duration? Part II: People 1. List the people who will work on this project. Include each person’s role or job title. TWRT 62 12 June 2006 Cidambi/Kurtzman/Wolf
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Unformatted text preview: 1. What are your deliverables? 2. What are your major milestones (e.g., reviews, drafts, progress reports)? Part IV. Tasks 1. What are the major tasks required to complete this project? 2. List the important sub-tasks for each major task. 3. Which tasks can be done simultaneously? Part V: Create the Schedule Chart Readers understand a schedule best when it is presented in a graphical form. 1. Write dates or periods of time horizontally across the top of the schedule chart. 2. Write the tasks and sub-tasks vertically along the left edge of the schedule chart. Indent the sub-tasks. 3. Draw a horizontal bars next to each sub-task that indicates the duration of the task. TWRT 62 12 June 2006 Cidambi/Kurtzman/Wolf Week 8 Week 7 Week 6 Week 5 Week 4 Week 3 Week 2 Week 1 Task TWRT 62 12 June 2006 Cidambi/Kurtzman/Wolf TWRT 62 12 June 2006 Cidambi/Kurtzman/Wolf...
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This note was uploaded on 01/12/2012 for the course BUS 62 taught by Professor Reber during the Summer '09 term at DeAnza College.

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