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Microsoft® Office Project 2003 Inside Out by Teresa S. Stover

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Chapter 5. Scheduling Tasks

You've developed your task list, and it's sequenced and outlined. Perhaps you've even applied a work breakdown structure. You have a good task list, but you don't have a schedule…yet.

Although there are many knowledge areas (including scope management, cost management, and resource management) that contribute to successful project management, time management is most related to development of your project schedule—your roadmap for completing tasks, handing off deliverables, passing milestones, and finally achieving the goals of your project ...

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