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Description:At the core of the Critical Path Method process are the forward and backward passes. This article Publication Quiz is structured to remove the mystery of this process and will provide the reader with the skill to develop and analyze schedules. Covered issues include the use of various relationships, lags and constraints and their impact on the scheduling process.

Project planning is an important part of project management. This article Publication Quiz argues against activity or network planning at the start of a project, which is the traditional approach for project planning. It proposes different approach: tiered planning with milestone planning as the main planning tool.
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Description:Are you curious about Agile? Read Richard Sheridan’s article describing how his company, Menlo Innovations, LLC uses agile methodologies to ensure his project teams never have to work overtime or weekends but still hit all their project deadlines! Then read Michele Sliger’s article to find out how to say goodbye to scope creep forever by using one of the agile methodologies she describes. Both articles are engaging and will provide you with some real world examples on how agile is used in other organizations. After reading the articles, F3
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A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge ( PMBOK® Guide )—Fifth Edition (ENGLISH)


A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge ( PMBOK® Guide)—Fifth Edition reflects the collaboration and knowledge of working p...
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