Friday, 14 February 2020

Activity Planning

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Activity Planning


? Project time management includes two high-level groups of processes for planning and
scheduling project activities and tasks necessary for timely completion of the project.
? Developing the project implementation schedule is the second group.
? Project managers have a variety of tools to develop a project schedule – from the relatively
simple process of action planning for small projects, to use of Gantt Charts and Network
Analysis for large projects.
? Here, we outline the key tools you will need for schedule development.


Selecting Team: Selecting the right team members depends on a clear understanding of the
project scope and success criteria.
Risk Multipliers: Risk is inevitable, so you need to prepare for its impact. Adding extra time to
high-risk activities is one strategy.
Crashing: This is where you assign more resources to an activity, thus decreasing the time it
takes to complete it.

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