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...
Precedence Diagramming Method Example

Precedence Diagramming Method Example

Precedence Diagramming Method Example Precedence Diagramming Method (PDM) is a visual representation technique which is used to prepare the project schedule network diagrams and determine the critical path. The main advantage of Precedence...
Arrow Diagramming Method Example

Arrow Diagramming Method Example

Arrow Diagramming Method Example Arrow diagramming method (ADM) is a network diagramming technique in which activities are represented by arrows. ADM is also known as the Activity-On-Arrow (AOA) method. It has been used long...
Six Sigma Methodology

Six Sigma Methodology and Six Sigma Principles

Six Sigma Methodology and Six Sigma Principles Six Sigma is a powerful problem solving and process improvement tool developed by a quality assurance engineer Bill Smith at Motorola in 1986. Then it...
Close Procurement vs Close Project

Close Procurement vs Close Project

Close Procurement vs Close Project Close Procurement vs Close Project - Procurement is the operation of planning, tendering, purchasing goods, materials and/or services from an outer source. Project procurement management is the act of acquiring...