11- Project schedule & time management

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project scheduling project scheduling and and Time Management Time Management Dr. Hesham A. Aziz
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Hesham A. Aziz 2 Step 1 Documenting the Scheduling Assumptions Step 2 Estimate Task Duration Step 3 Determine the Critical Path and Task Float Step 4 Determine Calendar Dates and Create Ideal Schedule Step 5 Adjust Resource Assignments and Incorporate Schedule Adjustments Step 6 Chart Schedule Step 7 Final Approval and Distribution
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Hesham A. Aziz 3 A Gantt Chart
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Hesham A. Aziz 4 Gantt chart
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Hesham A. Aziz 5 Activity-on-Arrow Network Building Blocks Activity-on-Arrow Network Fundamentals
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Hesham A. Aziz 6 Activity-on-Arrow Network Fundamentals
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Hesham A. Aziz 7 Activity-on-arc (AOA) network diagram with activity durations Activity-on-node (AON) network diagram with no activity durations Time Planning
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Hesham A. Aziz 8 Activity-on-node Activity-on-Arrow
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Hesham A. Aziz 9 Constructing a Project Network Terminology Activity: an element of the project that requires time. Merge Activity: an activity that has two or more preceding activities on which it depends. Parallel (Concurrent) Activities: Activities that can occur independently and, if desired, not at the same time. A C B D
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10 Constructing a Project Network Terminology Path: a sequence of connected, dependent activities . Critical path: the longest path through the activity network that allows for the completion of all project- related activities; the shortest expected time in which the entire project can be completed. Delays on the critical path will delay completion of the entire project. C
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This note was uploaded on 03/17/2012 for the course CEM 661 taught by Professor Dr.heshama.aziz during the Spring '10 term at American University in Cairo.

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