PMBOK - Charter 6 - Project Time Management

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PMBOK - Chapter 6
Project Time
Management
Contents
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Introduction to Project Time Management
Activity Definition
Activity Sequencing
Activity Duration Estimating
Schedule Development
Schedule Control
Glossary
Introduction to Project Time Management
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Includes the processes required to ensure timely
completion of the project.
The major processes in developing the project time
schedule are:
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Activity Definition
Activity Sequencing
Activity Duraton Estimating
Schedule Development
Schedule Control
Activity Definition
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Activity Definition
– Identifying and documenting the specific activities that
must be performed to produce the various project
derivables and subderivables identified in the WBS
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Inputs to Activity Definition
1. Work Breakdown structure
2. Scope statement
3. Historical information
4. Constrants
5. Assumptions
6. Expert judgment
Tools and Techniques for Activity Definition
1. Decomposition
2. Templates
Activity Definition (cont.)
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Outputs from Activity Definition
1. Activity list
2. Supporting detail
3. Work breakdown structure update
Activity Sequencing
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Definition
– Identifying and documenting interactivity logical
relationships.
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Inputs to Activity Sequencing
1. Activity list
2. Product description
3. Mandatory dependencies
4. Discretionary dependencies
5. External dependencies
6. Milestones
Tools and Techniques for Activity Sequencing
1. Precedence diagramming method (PDM) (fig 6-2)
2. Arrow diagramming method (ADM) (fig 6-3)
3. Conditional diagramming methods
4. Network templates
Activity Sequencing (cont.)
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Outputs from Activity Sequencing
1. Project network diagrams (fig 6-2 and fig 6-3)
2. Activity list updates
Activity Duration Estimating
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Definition
– Taking information on the project scope and
resources and then developing durations for input to
schedules
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Inputs to Activity Duration Estimating
1. Activity list
2. Constraints
3. Assumptions
4. Resource requirements
5. Resource capabilities
6. Historical information
7. Identified risks
Activity Duration Estimating(cont.)
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Tools and Techniques for Activity Duration
Estimating
1. Expert judgment
2. Analogous estimating
3. Quantitatively based durations
4. Reserve time (contingency)
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Outputs from Activity Duration Estimating
1. Activity duration estimates
2. Basis of estimates
3. Activity list updates
Schedule Development
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Definition
– Determining start and finish dates for project activities
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Inputs to Schedule Development
1. Project network diagrams
2. Activity duration estimates
3. Resource requirements
4. Resource poll description
5. Calendars
6. Constraints
7. Assumptions
8. Leads and lags
9. Risk management plan
10.Activity atributes
Schedule Development (cont.)
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Tools and Techniques for Schedule Development
1. Mathematical analysis
Critical Path Method (CPM)
 Graphical Evaluation and Review Technique
(GERT)
 Program Evaluation and Review Technique
(PERT) (fig 6-4)
Duration compression
Simulation
Resource leveling heuristics
Project management software
Coding structure
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Schedule Development (cont.)
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Outputs from Schedule Development
1. Project Schedule
Project network diagrams with date information
added (fig 6-5)
 Bar Charts or Gantt charts (fig 6-6)
 Milestone charts (fig 6-7)
2. Supporting detail
3. Schedule management plan
4. Resource requirement updates
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Schedule Control
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Definition
– Controlling changes to the project schedule
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Inputs to Schedule Control
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Project schedule
Performance reports
Change requests
Schedule management plan
Tools and Techniques for Scope Change Control
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Schedule change control system
Performance measurement
Additional planning
Project management software
Variance analysis
Schedule Control (cont.)
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Outputs from Scope Change Control
1. Schedule updates
2. Corrective action
3. Lessons learned
Glossary
Decomposition = Refinements
Mandatory dependencies =
Hard logic
Discretionary dependencies
=Preferred logic, Preferential
logic, soft Logic
Milestones
Precedence diagraming
method (PDM)
Activity-on-node (AON)
Arrow diagraming method
(ADM)
Activity-on-arrow (AOA)
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Critical Path Method (CPM)
Grafical Evaluation and
Review Technique (GERT)
Program Evalutation and
Revew Technique (PERT)
Top-down estimating
Reserve, contigency or buffer
Schedule baseline
Revisions
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PMBOK - Chapter 6
Project Time
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