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kunwar
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Control schedule

Postby kunwar Thu Oct 04, 2018 12:28 pm

Q-You are using the critical chain method to construct your
schedule, and there are variances in your critical path tasks.
Which of the following is true?
1. Your schedule is not at risk yet, but you should monitor both critical
and noncritical path tasks for further delays or variances.
2. You should compare the amount of buffer needed to what’s remaining
to help assess if the schedule is on track.
3. You should use preventive actions to get the project back on track.
4. Delays to the noncritical path tasks won’t cause any further issues for
the critical path.

Correct answer - B
please guide how ?
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Re: Control schedule

Postby manishpn Sat Oct 06, 2018 1:48 pm

kunwar wrote:Q-You are using the critical chain method to construct your
schedule, and there are variances in your critical path tasks.
Which of the following is true?
1. Your schedule is not at risk yet, but you should monitor both critical
and noncritical path tasks for further delays or variances.
2. You should compare the amount of buffer needed to what’s remaining
to help assess if the schedule is on track.
3. You should use preventive actions to get the project back on track.
4. Delays to the noncritical path tasks won’t cause any further issues for
the critical path.

Correct answer - B

what is the source, there is no critical path when we use critical chain method, its critical chain that is important for PM to watch out for

please guide how ?
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Manish P
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