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Time
5 hours 14 minutes
Difficulty
Intermediate
CEU/CPE
10
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00:04
it's under time management our final processes control schedule, which is under monitoring, controlling if you notice we've completed all the processes under planning. So now we have the project management plan complete.
00:17
So we're actually here in the project,
00:20
and we're trying to determine whether or not
00:23
we're on schedule or not.
00:25
So this project, this process is used for the control
00:30
and management of changes to the schedule.
00:33
This process creates the work performance information
00:37
schedule forecast and change your quest.
00:40
Key and puts this process are the Project Management Plan
00:43
Project's schedule,
00:45
work performance data project counters,
00:48
scheduled data and organizational process assets.
00:52
To accomplish this, project Manager will use performance reviews.
00:56
Project Man's been software resource optimization techniques, modeling techniques,
01:00
leads and lags
01:03
schedule compression
01:04
and schedule tools to perform this
01:07
So key inputs is the project mentioned Plan.
01:11
Everything that went into the planning phase
01:14
created the Project mansion plan. So as you're executing, trying to figure out what the variances are, toe what you planned and what you're actually doing. The project mention plan contains all that information
01:25
for the plan.
01:26
The project's schedule
01:27
is letting you know
01:30
how long the project should take So this is a summary of all the tasks
01:36
and
01:37
what the key dates are
01:38
were performance data.
01:41
Is this task complete or not?
01:45
Project calendars is,
01:48
in my mind
01:49
looking at a calendar date. So I would look at December and I would see what task they're supposed to be done
01:57
in December.
01:59
So if I picked a dame like December 12th
02:01
activities A, B and C are scheduled for that
02:05
project. Activity be should be complete.
02:09
Ah, scheduled data
02:12
is information about the schedule
02:15
and organizational process. Assets is once again if your company has anything to help with that, any templates
02:22
or any information they have on hand. So
02:25
I like to view it as a file cabinet.
02:29
A project manager, we used performance reviews,
02:32
project management software.
02:35
Um, this
02:37
is a good example of Microsoft Project which list
02:42
Microsoft project. It's kind of like a spreadsheet
02:45
where you can list all your activities so you have your start and end dates. You can also update it, as the project's going along to say,
02:53
if a project is complete, our task is complete.
02:55
You could market from 0 to 100% resource optimization techniques,
03:01
so this is trying to figure out
03:05
how you're utilizing your resource is. Are they
03:08
120% men? Are they 40% mend
03:13
so you can use some tech thinks called Crashing and fast Tracking
03:15
crashing Sounds like cash. What's involves money
03:20
so crashing involves adding more resources to speed up the process. Fast tracking is trying to find two activities, and doing them at the same time
03:30
could be risky
03:30
because you could be doing two things are meant to go in sequential order,
03:36
or you'll be doing two things at once,
03:38
which allows you to speed up the schedule.
03:43
My only techniques are what if scenarios
03:46
and
03:46
leads and legs are delaying the schedule or speeding it up? A lead would speed it up. A lag would be delaying it,
03:54
um,
03:58
and scheduling tools. There's anything to help,
04:01
um,
04:03
monitor and control the schedule,
04:08
your outputs, our work performance information.
04:10
So information that helps to determine the current schedule metrics compared to the plan scheduled metrics.
04:15
So this information is vital for helping a charming earned value, Which is it? Another knowledge area
04:21
schedule forecast is anticipate situations and incidents.
04:26
They will likely occur in the future base, Um,
04:30
based off of the current information.
04:33
So basically, you're trying to take
04:35
we currently know you're trying to predict what's gonna happen.
04:41
Change your quest. This is very popular amongst monitoring, controlling,
04:45
So
04:46
a common output has changed. Request. A change request is a variance in the schedule after analysis, which will result in a change request. So it's basically
04:56
my schedule had me finishing on Friday. I did not finish on Friday. I'm submitting a changer quest because it's probably gonna happen
05:02
on Monday. So if it gets approved, that's an approved change. Your quest.
05:06
But until then,
05:09
sending it off to the Integration Knowledge area, which has a change request board,
05:14
and they would either approve or deny my change request. The Time Management Knowledge Area
05:19
covers all the processes to develop the schedule, and then it also allows you to determine if there's any variances from the planned schedule.
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