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A brief history of Project Management

I found a small article on Internet that provides a brief history of Project Management in a succinct and lucid manner. I thought it would be worthwhile to share the article with my blog followers http://www.projectsmart.co.uk/brief-history-of-project-management.html  I feel there is two errors in the article. [custom_list icon=”arrow-circle-right” iconcolor=”#5e9c19″] The article attributes the creation of scheduling […]

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A project is scheduled to FAIL

A project is scheduled to FAIL from start. This is a very strong statement albeit true. I have noticed this phenomenon many times during my experience. Let me explain. Project Managers rarely understand good scheduling concepts/techniques. Even if they understand, good concepts/techniques are rarely used while developing project schedule. What are good scheduling concepts/techniques? These […]

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19 Frequently Asked Questions on the Critical Path Method

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Everything you wanted to know about the Critical Path Method Critical Path…It sounds like the most important path of the project. It is certainly the most important path, but at the same time it is also one of the most important concepts of the project management. You would already know that the importance of Critical […]

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The Ultimate Guide To Use PERT, CPM & Standard Deviation Together

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I have described Program Evaluation & Review Technique (PERT), Critical Path Method (CPM) and Standard Deviation in complete detail this post. I have talked about how they are related to each other and how they can be used together. What is Critical Path Method (CPM)? Critical Path is the Longest Path in the Project Network. […]

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