Time (Practice 4) focuses on the order and planning of the delivery of the project, programme or portfolio;
The Time (practice 4) competence element enable the individual to define, sequence, optimise, monitor and control all components necessary to delivering the agreed outcomes of the programme.
- Define / Establish the activities required to deliver the project
- Determine the work effort and duration of activities
- Decide on schedule and stage approach
- Sequence project activities and create a schedule
- Monitor progress against the schedule and make any necessary adjustments
- Determine the necessary activities.
- Relate the activities to work packages.
- Determine the actual effort.
- Identify which resources you need.
- Make a choice as to who you are going to request.
- Study the relevant phasing models.
- Choose the appropriate scheduling technique.
- Determine the appropriate phasing.
- Estimate the effects of uncertainty.
- Order the activities into sequence.
- Determine the dependencies.
- Calculate the critical path.
- Process the availability.
- Set up a control system for the schedule.
- Process actual events in this schedule.
- Compare the actual progress with the baseline.
Chinwi Mgbere is the President of Project Managers Development Association of Nigeria (PMDAN), Member Association of the International Project Management Association (IPMA), Certified Projects Director (IPMA Level A), National First Assessor of the IPMA 4 Level Certification System for the PMDAN Certification Body. He has taught various disciplines at Nazarbayev University School of Engineering
Chinwi Mgbere has more than 24 years of experience including extensive international experience in managing projects, portfolios of projects and programs.
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