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Scheduling 06

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Scheduling 06

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Relationships (cont’d)
• Start-to-Start
– Start-to-Start relationship implies that
an activity can start once another
specified activity has started
– For example, the design phase can start
as soon as the permitting process has
started

Relationships (cont’d)
• Finish-to finish
– Finish-to-Finish relationship implies
that the completion of an activity is
dependent upon the completion of
another activity. This relation ship is
commonly used with start-to-start
relationships
– For example, the software user’s
manual can be started after the start
of coding and testing but can’t be
completed until coding and
debugging is completed

Relationships (cont’d)
• Start-to-Finish
– Start-to-Finish relationship implies that
an activity can’t be completed until the
predecessor activity has started
– This type of relationship is very rarely
used

Resources
• All projects consume resources!
• Resources are not just people:
– resources can include money, material,
equipment, and more.
– How well these resources are allocated
and monitored is a key measure of any
project’s success or failure

Resources (Cont’d)
• Assigning resources to a project
and monitoring and reporting
against the schedule provides the
project manager with:
– Ability to estimate remaining work
– Ability to prepare accurate progress
payments
– Ability to provide historical data
– Ability to address changes

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