Schedule Contingency Methods

Australasian Project Planning was represented at the 6th Annual Netpoint and GPM user conference in New Orleans, USA. Santosh Bhat presented on Time-Location Reporting and the features of Netpoint that enable effective reporting for Linear Projects. The published...

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Schedule Levels and Schedule Silos

The following is a (non-exhaustive) list of industry and discipline events that are relevant to Project Planning and Scheduling compiled by Australasian Project Planning. If you'd like to include a suitable event on this list, use our contact form to let us know....

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Primavera P6 Views and Layouts

Overview This post provides methods of allocating time contingency, that may be useful when constructing or reviewing project schedules. Note - guidance in determining time contingency values is beyond the scope of this article. Contingency vs Float For the purposes...

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Using Activity Codes with Primavera P6

This article provides a brief overview and a downloadable reference card on Primavera P6 Views and Layouts. Overview In a previous post on Activity Codes in P6 , it was suggested that using Activity Codes could take up an entire day of Primavera Training, Another...

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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,...

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