Ten Six’s own Steve Montgomery has just published a rather useful book for those who want to better understand what the DCMA 14-Point Assessment is all about.
Anyone in government contracting putting together a project schedule, will certainly want to pick up this gem. But more than that, the DCMA 14-Point Assessment contributes to scheduling best practices generally and offers all schedulers a way to up their scheduling game.
This book goes into the perfect amount of detail and approaches each point in a very pragmatic way. And, rather than just offer a short description of each point without any practical guides, Steve takes examples and demonstrates them in Primavera P6.
As well as the practical, real world examples of each of the 14-points, he relates to what is considered best practice and why. More importantly, the book covers what you should avoid doing altogether. It also looks at where and when to be cautious, or judicious, in the use of a particular feature.
All in all, this is a well written book. It covers everything you need to know about the DCMA 14-Point Assessment and in the context of scheduling best practices guidelines. It should be a great asset to folks new to scheduling as well as a must have on the book shelves of seasoned veterans.
How To Buy
Available in paperback, this book costs only $49.50.
An Introduction To The DCMA 14-Point Assessment
Pick up a copy the book and be sure to let your colleagues know about our great introductory offer. It also makes for a great gift to fellow schedulers and should be in the library of every program and PMO.
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