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Effective project scheduling and time management are critical factors in the success or failure of a particular project. And, increasingly project management professionals are responsible for managing a variety of project schedules and timelines. As a complement to A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide), the primary objective of this book is to transform the information in the PMBOK Guide, specifically the project time management section, into an actionable and objective measurement process for project schedule models and project schedules. This book also seeks to document the schedule model maturity element required for an evolving Organizational Project Management Maturity Model (OPM3). Thus, this book lays down both the requirements and the form of assessment to evaluate compliance. This book is targeted at project management practitioners who are knowledgeable of the fundamentals of Critical Path Methodology (CPM) project scheduling. This book presents seasoned practitioners with the tools and information they need to efficiently and effectively schedule projects with confidence.
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