The key is not to prioritise what’s on your schedule, but to schedule your priorities.
Think of the schedule as a tool to be more effective in dealing with people first, then in terms of efficiency in dealing with time.
The objective of this one day course in estimating and scheduling is to:
What does a well-formed schedule do?
What can we use a well-formed schedule for?
Period 1: (09:00 – 10:00)
Introduction and overview to the practice of Estimating & Scheduling work for projects based on product based planning.
We will cover the following three areas to give participants an overview to how they can carry out the estimating process under different circumstances.
Period 2 (10:15 – 12:00)
We will cover the four topics mentioned below to give participants a foundation on which to implement schedules.
Period 3 & 4 (13:00 – 16:00)
A few things to think about:
This course is designed as a follow on course for the on “Requirements Development based on Product Based Planning”. Participants will benefit from doing that course first.
The instructor will be demonstrating the development of schedules using MS Project 2010.