Project Planning

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On Uncertainty, Ambiguity, and Complexity in Project Management
This article develops a model of a project as a payoff function that depends on the state of the world and the choice of a sequence of actions. A causal mapping, which may be incompletely known by the project team, represents the impact of possible actions on the states of the world. An underlying probability space represents available information about the state of the world. Interactions among actions and states of the world determine the complexity of the payoff function. Activities are endogenous, in that they are the result of a policy that maximizes the expected project payoff.
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The basics of Project Scheduling
The Basics of Project Scheduling Project Management Institute (PMI) 27 August 2015
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Project Management - Project Scheduling
After completing this chapter, students will be able to: a) Understand and apply key scheduling terminology. b) Apply the logic used to create activity networks, including predecessor and successor tasks. c) Develop an activity network using Activity-on-Node (AON) techniques. d) Perform activity duration estimation based on the use of probabilistic estimating techniques.
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