Accurate estimating is a challenge, as you are typically attempting to predict the future based on past experience and limited data. Estimating is part science and part art, and made more difficult by a project’s uniqueness
At this time of year we like to reflect on what’s happened in the market over the last 12 months and also look forward to what’s coming. In PMO terms, at the moment every year feels like a seismic shift.
Quality schedules have a continuous critical path from the project start milestone to the project finish milestone. It may, however, be difficult to perceive that your critical path is truly unbroken when you have a vast number of activities and
Thanks for attending our webinar Improving the Effectiveness and Maturity of Risk Management Process. Below are the links to the webinar’s presentation slides and the Risk Management Maturity Model.
The Construction CPM Conference 2017 is being held at the Swan Resort at Walt Disney World, Florida from January 10th to 13th 2017. This event offers a welcoming day followed by three full days of study, sessions and training
Resource over-allocation is a common problem on projects. Do you know how to investigate resource over-allocations in Microsoft Project? You may have a highly optimized schedule that has fined tuned logic to complete the schedule in the least amount of time. Additionally, you may have accurate duration estimates provided the availability of critical resources
If your project start date timestamp does not fall in line with the regularly scheduled work day, then your task finish times may not make sense. Let’s explore this further
Risk management is often required for projects, especially those that are large, high value or high risk. The more important a project/program is, the greater the likelihood that risk management will be carried out. However,
The Project Management Office in any business is often judged on the success (or otherwise) of the projects that it supports. Whether you’ve got a governance-based PMO or a supportive PMO, or some other flavor of PMO that works for you, you’ll have projects to track and report
If your schedule has excessive slippage, then the Defense Contract Management Agency’s (DCMA) Missed Tasks assessment may flag your schedule for further review. The DCMA 14-point assessment inspects schedules and provides