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  • Capacity Planning

    The resource capacity planning process enables a project manager to assess the available resources in comparison to the project’s demands. This evaluation helps determine if there are sufficient resources to complete the existing work or, in the case of a portfolio if there is the capacity to accommodate additional tasks. Essentially, it involves striking a…

  • Ladder Scheduling

    Ladder scheduling is a method used in project management to create a detailed and structured plan for executing tasks. It involves breaking down larger tasks into smaller, more manageable subtasks and organizing them in a sequential order, akin to rungs on a ladder. This approach allows for a more granular view of the project’s progression,…

  • Schedule Adherence

    In project management, schedule adherence refers to the degree to which a project team or project participants follow and adhere to the project schedule that has been established during the planning phase. It is a critical aspect of project management as it helps ensure that the project stays on track, meets its milestones, and is…

  • Commodity Loaded Schedule vs Resource Loaded Schedule

    A commodity-loaded schedule and a resource-loaded schedule are two different approaches used in project management to plan and track the allocation of resources and the progress of tasks within a project. They serve different purposes and provide distinct insights into the project’s execution. Here’s a breakdown of each: Commodity-Loaded Schedule: A commodity-loaded schedule focuses on…