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Capm process cheat sheet

  1. 1. Time Management – Sample Cheat SheetTime Processes(6): Activity Definition, Activity Sequencing, Activity Resource Estimating, ActivityDuration Estimating, Schedule Development, Schedule ControlSequence Activities: PDM or AON (FS, FF, SS, SF) GERT (rarely used)-(loops between activities) Dependencies [Mandatory (hard logic), Discretionary (soft logic), External] LEADS and LAGS: [Leads: starts activity before predecessor is complete] [Shortens the schedule] [Lags: Inserted between activities] [Delays activity start]Activity Resource Estimating: Equipment, materials, and PeopleActivity Duration Estimating: (PADDDING is BAD) One-Point:( one per activity) (expert judgment) (guessing) Analogous: (Top Down) (expert judgment and historical information to predict the future) Parametric: (heuristics-80/20 rule) (Regression analysis – scatter diagram, Learning curve) Three-Point (PERT): EAD=(P+4M+O)/6, SD=P-O/6, Variance=(((p-o)/6))2, Range=EAD+/-SD Reserve Analysis: (Risk Contingency – time reserves and management reserves)Schedule Network: Critical Path Method CPM: Schedule Compression: (Fast track, Crash) Critical Path-(forward/backward pass) What-If Analysis: (Monte Carlo) Near Critical Path Resource Leveling: (schedule slips and cost increases) TF=LF-EF, FF=LS-ES Critical Chain Method: FLOAT is SLACK -(takes into account, directly, both activity and resource dependencies) -(duration buffers built into the chain at critical milestones)Project Schedule: Network Diagram Milestone chart: have no duration; good for reporting to management and the customer Bar Chart: completed after the WBS and the network diagram for tracking progressSchedule Baseline: (manages the project and the schedule that the team’s performance is measured against) (only changed with approved changes)Control Schedule: (means measure) (measure against the plan) Looking for things causing changes and influencing them to change Re-Estimating at least ONCE over the life of the project Work performance measurements, changes to schedule baseline and any part of the project
  2. 2. Time Management – Sample Cheat Sheet

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