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What Is a Work Breakdown Structure
What Is a Work Breakdown Structure

In simple words, a WBS is a hierarchical list of the work activities required to complete a project. It will contain managerial, administrative, integral, or developmental activities for:

Tags wbs, gantt chart, project manager, life cycle, project milestones

Detailed COCOMO
Detailed COCOMO

This is the most complicated version of the COCOMO model. It involves the following further steps: The program is decomposed into particular products and components of products. Boehm calls this the three-level product hierarchy: system, subsystem, and module. The top level, the system level, is used to apply major overall project relations such as nominal effort and

Tags life cycle, scheduling, gantt chart, pert chart, cost drivers, software products

What Are Dependencies
What Are Dependencies

Dependencies are one form of constraint for any project. Remember the triple constraint shown in What Is a Project Figure ? It says that scope, schedule, and cost are the triple constraints of any project, with quality measurement permeating all three parts. Hard deadlines and

Tags dependencies, network diagram, life cycle, software development project, gantt chart

Scheduling the Work
Scheduling the Work

The schedule is derived from the WBS and contains activity duration, important milestones and work products to be produced, and who is responsible for them. Generally represented as a Gantt chart, but equally useful as a table, the schedule adds flesh to the WBS backbone,

Tags gantt chart, scheduling, life cycle, spmp

Why Schedule
Why Schedule

What a question! Why even mess with all the details of trying to figure out what real dates a project scheduling algorithm tells us the project can be finished by, when the date will be declared unacceptable and pulled up anyway? This is a real problem facing many software

Tags scheduling algorithm, gantt chart, scheduling method, software development project

Scheduling Fundamentals
Scheduling Fundamentals

There are several ways to represent a schedule. Let's look at some of them and learn what they show best. We'll look at the three most common forms of presenting a project schedule: table, Gantt chart, and network diagram.

Tags project schedule, gantt chart, dependencies, logic chart, wbs

PERT and CPM Scheduling
PERT and CPM Scheduling

These two methods of schedule analysis have been around since the 1950s, and form the foundation of what the profession knows about scheduling today. CPM (critical path method) was developed by DuPont in 195859, and uses fixed-time estimates for each activity. PERT

Tags beta distribution, triangular distribution, schedule analysis, gantt chart, scheduling

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

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