Category Archives: Scheduling

A Question of Concurrency

By: Rick Moffat One of the most overlooked (whether intentionally or unintentionally) areas of delay analysis is the issue of concurrent delay. The importance to determining cause and responsibility for delays has been widely published and addressed by the courts, … Continue reading

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How Do You Strengthen a Chain?

By: Stephen Devaux, PMP, MSPM Every chain is as weak as its weakest link, right? So how would you go about making a chain stronger? If the chain consists of 100 links, and fortifying them would be costly, we wouldn’t … Continue reading

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Tips and Tricks: Does Your Schedule Pass the Test?

How do you know whether your schedule is good or not? The following are a few tests to see if your CPM schedule is up to par. If you have additional tests that you like, please provide them in the … Continue reading

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A Couple of Thoughts on Forensic Schedule Analysis

by Stuart Ockman First, a little perspective. These thoughts are in response to articles and talks in the last several years suggesting that part of an expert’s role is to select the methodology that produces the best results for its … Continue reading

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