Creating “Risk-Ready” Project Schedules
When preparing to run a schedule risk analysis, you need to have a “risk-ready” schedule. In this session we’ll define what it means for a schedule to be “risk-ready” and identify common schedule checks that can be used to improve schedule quality and risk-readiness. We’ll also show the impact of common schedule issues on the risk analysis output to illustrate why these checks are so important.
- What makes a schedule “risk-ready”?
- Impact of Constraints
- Impact of Lags
- Impact of Schedule Logic
- Running and reviewing a Schedule check
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