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- There is so much to talk about with project scheduling, so I will consider only the basic concepts.
- There are three main steps that you want to take when you are creating your schedule.
- The first one is determine all the work that there is to be performed to build and deliver the product for your project.
- The second one is determine who needs to perform that work. What resources do you need? You have to consider are all the resources available.
- You also want to look at how long will it take to perform the work.
- You should ask someone to estimate how long the work is going to take.
- There are a couple of tips to remember: Include all the work associated with delivering the project on time. Think not only about works, think about milestones and any planned start dates and end dates.
- Use software tools for measuring where you are in a project. It’s very important to keep that online in real time.
- You should find the happy medium with your plane. Don’t make it too complicated.
- When the project starts the plans “go out of the window”.
- Can we do anything to increase momentum and hit our milestone?
- There are many variations and solutions to solve this problem.
- basic concepts – basic notion
- decomposition – the state or process of rotting; decay
- deconstruct – reduce (something) to its constituent parts in order to reinterpret it
- happy medium – satisfactory compromise
- increase momentum – to increase the speed
- perform – carry out, accomplish, or fulfil (an action, task, or function)
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