Task Planning Team Mission Statement Introduction to Project Scheduling Schedule Work Breakdown Structure Network Diagram
©2001 Corbis. All rights reserved. EXERCISE #1 Prepare a schedule for changing a flat tire.
How did you decide what to do first? How did you decide what came next? And then next and so on…? How did you decide What came last? Was this the most Efficient way to get Back on the road?
Building a schedule. Identify Think Logically Analyze Schedule think ©2001 Corbis. All rights reserved.
Introductions Introductions, my name is… my scheduling experience is…
CLASS OBJECTIVES • At the end of this course, participants will demonstrate the ability to: • Define basic scheduling terms • Develop a Network Diagram for a simple project • Correctly complete Task Planning Worksheets for a WSDOT Project ©2001 Corbis . All rights reserved.
A “Good” Project Schedule: • Developed with an IDT approach • Endorsed & accepted • A tool for “proactive” project management
What is the most valuable resource for a project? • Time? • Money? • People? ©2001 Corbis. All rights reserved.
Introduction to Project Scheduling • Chapter 2 – Project Management Overview • Chapter 3 – Precedence Diagramming • Chapter 4 – Exercise 2 - The Picnic • Objectives / Lunch • Chapter 5 – Task Planning • Project Exercise • Chapter 6 – “Work the Plan” overview • Learning Assessment