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July 20, 2014

Setting Project Milestones

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First and foremost, milestones are scheduling and status devices, used to create a timeline and measure progress according to major accomplishments. Milestone definition is essential to timely project success.

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July 20, 2014

Quick Start: Resource Leveling

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Resource leveling is an essential management technique, used to ensure that resources are sufficiently allocated to maintain the project schedule and complete the work effort as planned. How does it work?

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July 20, 2014

Project Checkpoints: Moving Forward

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Checkpoints provide the means to move projects along. As a scheduling strategy, checkpoints can be events or deliverables used to validate progression of a project from one phase to the next. "Go" or "No Go"?

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July 20, 2014

Stay on the Critical Path

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What's on your critical path? When it comes to delivering on time projects, the critical path is a tool that relies on consequences and connections to craft realistic project schedules.

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July 20, 2014

Fast Track Project Scheduling

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Fast tracking is an established technique used to shorten project duration. In the simplest sense, the "fast tracked" schedule necessitates "doing many things at once". It can be risky - but also worthwhile.

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July 20, 2014

Quick Start: Scheduling Strategies

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Backwards or forwards planning - which one applies? Scheduling estimates are a challenge, but before timelines can be established, underlying scheduling needs must be identified to establish your starting point.

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