Effective Time Management
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by Arindam Ghosh
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Tolls and Techniques of Schedule Control

Progress Reporting

The progress reporting may include:

-actual start and finish dates

-remaining durations for unfinished of in-progress activities

-percent complete of in-progress activities

Schedule Change Control System

The schedule change control system defines the procedures by which the project schedule can be changed which are part of the Integrated Change Control process. It includes paper work, tracking systems , and approval levels necessary for authorizing changes.

Performance Measurement

Performance measurement techniques provide schedule performance information such as Schedule Variance and Schedule Performance Index (SPI).SV and SPI are used to assess the magnitude variance of a project.

Project Management Software

It provide an ability to track planned dates versus actual dates, and to forecast the effects of project schedule changes, real or potential, makes it a useful tool for schedule control.

Variance Analysis

The schedule variance analysis is a tool for schedule monitoring progress.Comparing target schedule dates with the actual /forecast start and finish dates provides useful information for the detection of variances, and for the implementation of corrective of corrective actions in case of delays.

Schedule Comparisons Bar Charts

It facilitates analysis of schedule progress. It is convenient to compare two bars for each schedule activity. One bar shows the current actual status and the other shows the status of the approved schedule baseline.

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Title: Mr.   
Name: Tyrone Nunnely
Date: 2007-02-15 1:52:29 PM
I believe this is not correct...
Standard Deviation=(Pessimistic-Optimistic)/6^2

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