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  • Scheduling optimization with line of balance and start-finish relations / Ricardo Viana Vargas, Felipe Fernandes Moreira. member content open

    By Vargas, Ricardo Viana | Moreira, Felipe Fernandes The start-finish relationship between activities are often misunderstood; partly due to the lack of understanding regarding the true meaning of logical relationships. This paper, which has the…

  • Deliver better, faster and leaner projects member content open

    By Leduc, Guy-Bruno | De Grace, Benoit In 2011-2012, PMC used lean project management techniques to help Ultima Foods deliver a very ambitious project, winning the PMI Montreal Chapter's Project of the Year Award 2012 and numerous awards…

  • The ABC basics of the WBS Paul Burek. member content open

    By Burek, Paul The Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) is widely used by project managers and stakeholders, yet the purpose and content of this important tool is widely misunderstood. Offering a clear definition of the…

  • How to tame a gorilla program member content open

    By Uyttewaal, Eric | Rusnak, Al This article discusses the scheduling of a new product development program at SanDisk, a major designer of Flash Storage products. The program had about 5,000 tasks broken down into eight…

  • See queues member content open

    By Loving, Steve A queue is best known to most of us as a line or, more to the point, waiting in line. Examples are everywhere and often frustratingly so. This paper focuses on finding queues and watching queues…

  • Agile project management mastery in sixty minutes, guaranteed! member content open

    By Stenbeck, John Based on the successes that software development project managers have realized as a result of implementing agile, project managers in all industries are increasingly adopting agile techniques and…

  • Scheduling 101--the basic of best practices member content open

    By Jones, Elden F. Project success begins with well-developed plans. And a crucial element of any project plan is the project schedule. This paper examines the essential components constituting a project schedule. In…

  • No project left behind member content open

    By Duke, Roger | Gupta, Surenda By volunteering to work on community projects, project professionals can help others understand how projects can shape communal life and how project management can help individuals achieve goals.…

  • Moving from the WBS to a critical path schedule member content open

    By Jones, Charles The work breakdown structure (WBS) not only enables project managers to develop a project's activity sequences, but also serves as the basis for developing a project team's critical path, from which…

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