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Critical Path Analysis Example – 2 Ways to Calculate Critical Path

Critical Path Analysis Example – Using 0 and 1 Method I got introduced to Critical Path Analysis in the year 1997. I am a software engineer by education. I learned most of the project management concepts while managing software projects – Critical Path Analysis was one such concept. I learned about Critical Path while using …

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What is Project Time Management Definition?

Project Time Management Definition & Terminology Project Time Management is a subset of Project Management. It includes knowledge, tools & techniques and skills that are required to ensure the timely completion of a project. Project Time Management is one of the essential pieces of Project Management. Some people claim that it is 50% of the …

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Project Effort vs Duration vs Elapsed Time With Examples

There main difference between effort, duration and elapsed time is that effort refers to the amount of exertion or work done to complete a task, duration refers to the length of (working) time to complete a task, and elapsed time is the total amount of (working and non-working) time that passes between start of an …

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9 Frequently Asked Questions on Lead and Lag

Lead and Lag Demystified There are many terms that perturb project management professionals. Lead and Lag are two such terms. I interact with many professionals on a regular basis. I often find that many of them are not fully aware of meaning of these terms. Even though they know the correct definitions of these terms, …

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How to Use Leads and Lags in Project Schedule?

Leads and Lags – Definitions, Explanations & Examples Leads and Lags are essential for making a good project schedule. They are the basic building blocks of scheduling. Many scheduling experts don’t use them. Instead, they often apply (incorrect) alternatives. In my opinion, Leads and Lags are easy to use and implement. They should always be …

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start to finish [SF] relationship (dependency) examples in project management

Start to Finish [SF] Relationship (Dependency) With Examples

Start To Finish is a logical relationship (or dependency) in which a successor activity cannot finish until its predecessor activity has started. Start to Finish (SF) is one of the four activity relationships of project management. These are used while preparing project schedule. The other three relationships are: Finish to Start (FS) Start to Start …

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Finish to Finish [FF] Relationship (Dependency) With Examples

Finish To Finish is a logical relationship (or dependency) in which a successor activity cannot finish until its predecessor activity has finished. Finish to Finish (FF) is one of the four activity relationships of project management. These are used while preparing project schedule. The other three relationships are: Finish to Start (FS) relationship Start to …

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start to start [SS] relationship (dependency) examples in project management

Start to Start [SS] Relationship (Dependency) With Examples

Start To Start is a logical relationship (or dependency) in which a successor activity cannot start until its predecessor activity has started. Start to Start (SS) is one of the four activity relationships of project management. These are used while preparing project schedule. The other three relationships are: FS Relationship FF Relationship SF Relationship Let …

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Finish to Start [FS] Relationship (Dependency) With Examples

Finish To Start is a logical relationship (or dependency) in which a successor activity cannot start until its predecessor activity has finished. Finish to Start (FS) is one of the four activity relationships of project management. These are used while preparing project schedule. The other three relationships are: Start-to-Start (SS) dependency Finish-to-Finish (FF) dependency Start-to-Finish …

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