Are you building a project schedule or performing project schedule oversight? Either task can be difficult unless you have a solid foundation in project scheduling.
I have supported Major Defense Acquisition programs in the capacity of a scheduler and earned value analyst for over 13 years. During that time, I worked with several project managers and control account managers with the development and maintenance of integrated master schedules. I have also had the privilege of training new schedulers in the art of scheduling and project performance analysis.
Learn about several aspects of project scheduling such as: critical path methodology, leads and lags, constraint types, predecessor and successor logic, horizontal and vertical integration, logic types, work breakdown structures, organizational breakdown structures, rolling wave planning, integrated master schedules, integrated master plans, integrated baseline reviews, over-target baseline events, over-target schedule events, scheduling applications like Primavera and MS Project, DCMA's 14-Point Assessment, etc.
"Failing to plan is planning to fail" - Winston Churchill
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