Project Management Education

PRIMAVERA P6 PROGRESS LINE

PRIMAVERA P6 PROGRESS LINE

PRIMAVERA P6 PROGRESS LINE If you are looking for a real quick way to spot trouble in a project, the progress line is a vertical plot that provides the highest level view of schedule progress. Yes, it is a simple visual monitor for the project displaying exactly where you are ahead, behind, or on schedule. It’s great, in particular, for large projects where schedule discrepancy may not be easy to ... »

Project Management Triple Constraints on the GOLDEN TRIANGLE

Project Scope Definition(The Scope Triangle)-2

Project Scope Definition(The Scope Triangle) -2   Scope Verification It is pertinent to note that the project involves changes, and this necessitates scope management process, which consist of Scope Planning, Scope Definition, Creating the WBS, Scope Verification and Scope Control (Wysocki, 2009, p.593). However, these processes cannot be done totally in isolation; they complement one another... »

task dependencies

Project Scope Definition(The Scope Triangle)

Project Scope Definition(The Scope Triangle) Every project, no matter how small, has tasks and activities based upon the requirements. Therefore, there is need to breakdown these activities into tasks until further breakdown is impossible or unnecessary for feasibility in managing the objects. This breakdown will help greatly in estimating the cost and duration of the entire project. Reference to ... »

What is a Project - Major Six questions that define a project

What is a Project – Major Six questions that define a project

What is a Project – Major Six questions that define a project INTRODUCTION: A business opportunity is envisioned, or an improvement/upgrade in a product is required, hence giving rise to a “project“- a  unique, temporary endeavour, which utilizes shared resources – hence, the Initiation/Scoping of the project becomes apparent. Planning is the next step to making its execution, monitorin... »

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