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November 2014 Archive


Map the Schedule to a Real Calendar
Map the Schedule to a Real Calendar

One of the things that seems to confuse most new project managers is how to build a workable schedule. Often, since they know they want a Gantt chart when they are done (because they saw one in a management review once), they start with that view of their WBS in a scheduling

Tags gantt chart, scheduling software, leveling algorithm

Critical Chain Scheduling
Critical Chain Scheduling

Up to now, we have talked only about the classical project management scheduling techniques (PERT, CPM, PDM, etc). Now that you have grounding in what "classical PM" is all about, let's consider some recent thinking in the scheduling field. Since the 1950s when PERT and CPM

Tags toc, buffer sizing, project schedule, chain schedule

Eliciting Requirements
Eliciting Requirements

Almost everyone involved in software engineering or software project management during the last 20 years is well aware of the importance of requirements. We rarely hear of a success story declaring victory over the ever-elusive set of specs, but we often hear poor requirements

Tags life cycle, software product, software project management

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