The Ultimate Guide to Project Scheduling

The Ultimate Guide to Project Scheduling

The Ultimate Guide to Project Scheduling
The Ultimate Guide to Project Scheduling

Scheduling in project management is the listing of activities, deliverables, and milestones within a project. A schedule also usually includes a planned start and finish date, duration, and resources assigned to each activity. Effective project scheduling is a critical component of successful time management.

The main purpose of project scheduling is to represent the plan to deliver the project scope over time. A project schedule, in its simplest form, could be a chart of work elements with associated schedule dates of when work elements and milestones (usually the completion of a deliverable) are planned to occur.

What are project scheduling tools?

Scheduling tools and techniques 
  • GANTT Chart. This is a horizontal bar chart plotted over time (e.g. days, weeks or months).
  • Schedule Network Analysis.
  • Critical Path Method. 
  • PERT (Program Evaluation and Review Technique) 
  • Schedule Compression. 
  • Risk multipliers.
  • Resource tools and techniques.
  • Additional resources.
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