Microsoft Project 2010 Tutorials – Optimizing Schedule

59 ViewsSchedule Optimization Project management tips before you start When you make changes to your schedule, there are three factors you need to look at: cost of the project, scope of deliverables, and time. These are often shown as a triangle. You can’t change one point of the triangle without affecting the others.   Here …

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7 ways to use Excel to keep track of your KPIs

63 ViewsAs a small business owner, you probably know how important it is to keep track of your key performance indicators (KPIs). But you might be struggling with how to track them and which tool should you use for that purpose. The good news is that you don’t have to spend money on an expensive …

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Six Approaches for the Estimation of Activity Duration in Project Management

91 Views There are basically Six Methods for the Estimation of Activity Duration in Project Management. When you create project plans, you need to assess the time required to complete individual activities. Use duration estimates to get an idea of this time and determine the schedule you need to adhere to in order to complete …

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Project Scheduling Tools And Methods

132 Views Project scheduling tools and techniques used in develop schedule process are not just important only for the PMP exam. But also very important for every project manager to understand these concepts and implement these project scheduling tools and techniques in their projects. In this post, we will discuss critical path method as one …

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Maintenance strategy for complete performance improvement

252 Views TPM with RCM forms a powerful combination Michael J. Trainor, SKF Two complementary philosophies form a powerful combination to change the organizational culture and establish a process for continuous improvement. The Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) approach, based on people and process, transforms culture and the way we view our assets. The Reliability-Centered Maintenance …

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