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a milestone activity that is completed later than planned
when a resource works on more than one task at a time
optimistic time + 4*most likely time + pessimistic time/6
the start and ending point of an activity on an activity-on-arrow diagram
guidelines to help define milestones that are specific, measurable, assignable, realistic, and time-framed
principle that if something can go wrong, it will
people, equipment, and materials
duration estimates based on using optimistic, most likely, and pessimistic estimates of activity durations instead of using one specific or discrete estimate
the approved planned schedule for the project
additional time added before the project’s due date
the amount of time a project activity may be delayed without delaying a succeeding activity or the project finish date, also called float
a relationship on a project network diagram in which the “from” activity cannot start before the “to” activity starts
principle that work expands to fill the time allowed
the sequencing of project activities or tasks, also called a dependency
a management philosophy that states that any complex system at any point in time often has only one aspect or constraint that is limiting its ability to achieve more of its goal
a hierarchal structure that identifies the project’s resources by category and type
a significant event that normally has no duration on a project; serves as a marker to help in identifying necessary activities, setting scheduling goals, and monitoring progress
a project network analysis technique used to estimate project duration when there is a high degree of uncertainty with the individual activity duration estimates
the latest possible time an activity can be completed without delaying the project finish date
the amount of time an activity may be delayed from its early start without delaying the planned project finish date
the processes required to ensure timely completion of a project
an estimate that includes an optimistic, most likely, and pessimistic estimate
a networking diagramming technique in which boxes represent activities
a Gantt chart that compares planned and actual project schedule information
an element of work, normally found on the WBS, that has an expected duration and cost, and expected resource requirements; also called an activity
a schematic display of the logical relationships or sequencing of project activities
when two or more nodes precede a single node on a network diagram
the latest possible time an activity may begin without delaying the project finish date
a relationship on a project network diagram where the “from” activity cannot start before the “to” activity is finished
sequencing of project activities or tasks that are inherent in the nature of the work being done on the project

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