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Question No. 1 (5 Marks)
Suppose you are working as a project manager in a software company. The company assigns you the project for scheduling, for which you had already defined the Task network, the sequence of tasks which are needed to be performed for completing the project. Now among those paths which are defined inside the task network the project manager wants to find out which path in the task network will take the maximum/longer time to complete.
Which type of scheduling technique will be most feasible to use in the above mentioned scenario? Also write the reason for choosing the technique.
Question No. 2 (5 Marks)
For a given project:
BCWS (Budget cost of work schedule) = 2
BCWP (Budget cost of work perform) = 3
Calculate the SV (Schedule Variance) and SPI (Schedule performance Index) of the project and provide answer in the given table.
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My Point of View
The Critical Path Method (Reason write your own words)
please just name the scheduling techniques thanks
BOTH OR JUST THE SUITABLE ONE?
NAME AND REASON FOR CHOOSING
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technique for using CPM: is to construct a model of the project that includes the match project:
A list of all activities required to complete the project (typically categorized within a work breakdown structure),
The time (duration) that each activity will take to complete,
The dependencies between the activities and,
Logical end points such as milestones or deliverable items.