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Scheduling optimization with line of balance and start-finish relations / Ricardo Viana Vargas, Felipe Fernandes Moreira.
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…
By Goebel, Clement James Many project managers have experienced spending dozens of hours preparing estimates, status reports, and Gantt charts, only to have them ignored by key stakeholders. While this may be frustrating…
By Stenbeck, John Projects that successfully meet planned targets are those that often began with estimates that accurately reflected the reality involved in realizing the project. This paper examines a process for…
Project Management Journal
By Pham, T. G. Budgeted cost of work performed (BCWP) can function--theoretically, at least--as a powerful tool for making budget forecasts. But although it plays an important role in monitoring the cost of work…