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Microsoft® Project 2010 Step by Step by Carl Chatfield and Timothy Johnson

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Chapter 14. Getting Your Project Back on Track

Chapter at a Glance

Getting Your Project Back on Track

In this chapter, you will learn how to:

Assign additional resources to tasks to reduce task durations.

Replace resources assigned to tasks.

Delete or inactivate tasks.

After work has started on a project, addressing variance is not a one-time event, but instead is an ongoing effort by the project manager. The specific way in which you should respond to variance depends on the type of variance and the nature of the project. In this chapter, we’ll focus on some of the many variance problems that can arise during a project as work progresses. We’ll frame these problems around the project ...

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