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Linear Schedules and Calendars

When presenting Linear Schedules, the rate of progress across the physical units is a key factor in representation, for example if a tunnel excavation is to be shown as progressing at 5m/day then you would expect that after ten days of work, the activity has...

Using Activity Codes with Primavera P6

  Activity Codes are a very important and powerful feature of Project...

Its Not Rocket Scheduling!

When Tim Mather and I struck upon Rocket Scheduling as a useful term, it wasn’t just a play on the phrase “it’s not rocket science” (or even better – “rocket surgery”). One fitting example is the process of developing project schedules from team planning sessions,...

Merge Bias in Schedule Risk – example

Introduction Often when running schedule risk analyses, I get asked “why are the results always showing...

Using P6 Activity Counts to review your schedule

While there are many great tools now available to analyse and present P6 schedule metrics (such as XER Schedule Toolkit) in great detail, there is a quick and easy method to run a limited number of these checks within P6 itself,...
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