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Project Management schedule compression techniques

Project Schedule Compression Techniques for PMs

Schedule compression techniques are the process of reducing the project schedule duration while maintaining the project scope and quality. This can be accomplished by removing unnecessary tasks, activities, or phases from the project schedule, or by completing tasks in a shorter timeframe than originally planned. There are a number of reasons why schedule compression may …

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5 advantages of critical chain vs critical path method

5 Advantages of Critical Chain vs Critical Path

The Critical Chain Method (CCM), one of the methods to perform Schedule Management Project Analysis, considers task dependencies, limited resources available, and buffers. This method is used to create the project schedule in cases where resources are limited. The other method project managers use is the critical path method which is popularized by PMI book …

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Advantages Fast-Tracking vs Crashing Project Schedules

Advantages of Fast Tracking vs Crash Planning Project Schedule

Project fast tracking vs crashing are two project management schedule compression techniques to speed up a project. Fast tracking is when tasks that were originally planned to happen in sequence now happen i parallel. Crashing involves adding more resources to the tasks to get the work done quicker. While fast tracking and crashing can be …

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