- Do you always document your scheduling methodology BEFORE building a project schedule?
- Is your schedule littered with relationship lag?
- Do all of your Activities have a verb in their name?
- Are you cautious when using Level of Effort activities?
- Do you know what a “dangling” activity is? Does your project plan have any “danglers”?
Don’t worry, it’s not too late!
Nader Khorrami Rad, PMP, is an expert scheduler and the author over 13 books on project management, including his latest ebook titled “Project Scheduling Rules: Generally Accepted Rules According to PMI and DoD.” Nader has combed the PMBoK and DoD standards documents to compile a unique and essential guide for project managers, schedulers and planners alike. His guide sums up some the most important practices in building organized and accurate schedules that are easy to manage.
“The audience I had in mind when I was writing this book was mainly the project planning and control engineers, leaders and managers. This information would also be helpful for other project management team members. Applying the rules might increase the length and effort of your initial planning, but trust me, it would buy you back a lot of time in schedule maintenance and control.“
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