Resource Allocation_Badiru

Resource Allocation_Badiru - -facilitate ease of scheduling...

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Resource Allocation in Project networks - CPM and PERT assume unlimited resources, - only time is optimized - major constraints are time, resources and performance requirements - have to be trade-offs among these - must determine what resources are required versus what are available - use heuristics (logical rules) to prioritize and assign resources - longest duration first, shortest duration first, critical activities first, maximum predecessors first, etc. - resource allocation affected by factors such as duration of availability, skill level required, cost, productivity level, and priority strategy
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Unformatted text preview: -facilitate ease of scheduling large projects-simple, intuitive or complex (need computer)-should be simple, clear, easy, flexible, unambiguous ACTIM (Activity Time) represents max. time that activity control in project network on any one path length of time between when the activity finishes and when the project finishes, i.e. ACTIM = (critical path time) (activity latest start time) = CP - LS ACTRES (Activity Resource) combination of activity time and resource requirements, i.e. ACTRES = (activity duration) x (Resource requirement) = D x R...
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