Emily is worried about her project because many of her tasks are slowly moving and two critical tasks may have the chance of slippage. She conducts a thorough resource analysis and finds out that there are five resources who will be free next week. She would like to use this as an opportunity to assign those resources to finish her tasks early and prevent the project completion date from slipping. This is an example of?
A. Management reserves B. Resource leveling C. Crashing D. Fast tracking
Emily is a first-time project manager and is analyzing a project schedule. She intends to apply resource leveling and has been given the following guidelines on resource leveling. Which of these four statements is incorrect?
A. Resource Leveling can often cause the critical path to change. B. Resource leveling is applied to a schedule before it has been analyzed by the critical path method. C. Resource leveling is applied to keep resource usage at a constant level. D. Resource leveling is necessary when resources have been over-allocated.
B. Resource leveling is applied to a schedule before it has been analyzed by the critical path method.
A project manager is informed that a limited number of resources are going to be available for his project. He creates a project schedule by adding buffers to the project to protect the target finish date. What type of schedule network analysis is he using?
A. What-if analysis B. Critical path method C. Critical chain method D. Resource leveling.