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Schedule Variance (SV) in Earned Value Management

Schedule Variance (SV) in Earned Value Management

Schedule variance (SV) calculates the difference between the earned value (EV) (the value of work performed) and the planned value (PV). Although variance in a schedule can be measured in time...
Level of Effort,Discrete Effort, Apportioned Effort

Level of Effort Discrete Effort Apportioned Effort

Level Of Effort,Discrete Effort and Apportioned Effort are used for Earned Value Management calculations. They are three different activity types widely used to measure the Earned Value. These activity types are...
PERT Program Evaluation Review Technique

PERT Program Evaluation Review Technique

A PERT chart is a project management method that allows to get a visual representation of a project workschedule which is used to coordinate and organize the activities of a project. PERT...
Lead vs Lag (Lead Time Lag Time) in Scheduling

Lead vs Lag (Lead Time Lag Time) in Scheduling

Lead vs Lag (Lead Time Lag Time) in Scheduling While creating a workschedule or a network diagram, professionals oftenly use many terminologies such as lead time lag time, total float, free float...
The Critical Chain Method Infographic

Critical Chain Method (CCM) in Project Management

Critical Chain Method (CCM) in Project Management There are lots of project planning methods available in the field of project management. The Critical Chain Method is one of them which was introduced by...
Arrow Diagramming Method

Arrow Diagramming Method (ADM) in Scheduling

Arrow Diagramming Method (ADM) in Scheduling Arrow Diagramming Method (ADM) - Humans are creating work schedules to track their projects since the construction of pyramids. At the beginning, they use very simple techniques and...
Total Float vs Free Float Total Float versus Free Float Total Float and Free Float

Total Float Versus Free Float in Scheduling

Total Float vs Free Float in Scheduling Total Float vs Free Float is one of the most important concept in project scheduling. Total Float and Free Float sound similar therefore many scheduler...
Precedence Diagram Method

Precedence Diagram Method in Scheduling

The Precedence Diagram Method (PDM) is a visual technique used for preparing a schedule in which activities are represented by nodes or boxes and linked by one or more dependencies to...
The critical path method

Critical Path Method (CPM) in Project Management

Critical Path Method (CPM) in Project Management The critical path method (CPM) is a fundamental concept in project planning and management. It is a technique used for scheduling project activities like PERT...
Schedule compression Fast Tracking vs Crashing

Schedule Compression – Fast Tracking vs Crashing

Schedule Compression - Fast Tracking vs Crashing Schedule Compression Fast Tracking vs Crashing - Schedule compression techniques can be applied if a project is behind the schedule. The purpose of using schedule...