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These are some of the basic rules that we find to help project managers avoid issues when trying to manage a project schedule in any WBS (Work Breakdown Structure) based scheduling software. These basic practices are often ignored when working in applications like Microsoft Project, but they can... (more)
by: Cynthia West in:    Project Management Software Implementation and Adoption Best Practices    Comments (14)
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I was trying to upload the scheduling of a project, but it shows a error message and i think is due to that its tasks are linked with other projects. Can or no I upload schedules linked to other projects scheduling?
by: Juan Vera in:    Project Insight Q & A    Comments (1)
The scheduling of project tasks is best managed as a network of interdependent tasks. Tasks should have a designated timeframe or duration over which the tasks will be performed as well as an estimate of the amount of work or effort required to get the job accomplished. The advantage of using ta... (more)
by: Janelle Abaoag in:    Project Management Software Discussions   
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In order to determine whether or not a day is a work day, and how much work a team member can perform, the task duration or timeframe must be known. If you enter a start and an end date for the task, you could assume that the duration of the task constitutes the number of days between those date... (more)
by: Janelle Abaoag in:    Project Management Software Discussions   
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If you've finished the project template creation process discussed in the last post, then you are ready to start thinking about how your tasks and activities link together. If you have worked with Microsoft Project, then you know about task dependencies. If you are migrating from Excel, then the... (more)
by: Cynthia West in:    Project Management Software Implementation and Adoption Best Practices   
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