There is often a deep disconnect between the project team's goals and those of the organization. Senior management wants "profitable" projects, but is only able to quantify its wishes in terms of the traditional project management elements: schedule and cost. To operate smoothly, the entire organization must be driven by the single goal of project
The Nature of a Project. An Overview of TPC Planning. Overview of Planning the Work. Planning the Scope. Developing the Work Breakdown Structure. Scheduling I - The Critical Path Method (CPM). Scheduling II - The Precedence Diagram Method (PDM). Activity-Based Resource Assignments. Resource Scheduling and Leveling. Tracking and Controlling the Project. Conclusion.