Project Scheduling

  1. LO 9.1 Understand the importance of project scheduling techniques.

Project scheduling techniques lie at the heart of project planning and subsequent monitoring and control. Previous chapters have examined the development of vision and goals for the project, project screening activities, risk management practices, and project scope (including the Work Breakdown Structure). Project scheduling represents the conversion of project goals into an achievable methodology for their completion; it creates a timetable and reveals the network logic that relates project activities to each other in a coherent fashion. Because project management is predicated on completing a finite set of goals under a specified time frame, exactly how ...

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