PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition: 09-Defining and Sequencing Project Activities (RVLS-2865)
Time management is a knowledge area that takes into the consideration project constraints that pertain to time. It incorporates all the processes that are required to ensure the effective and timely completion of projects. The processes that make up project time management occur at least once within every project, in one or more of the project phases. These processes also overlap and interact with processes from the other knowledge areas to help develop and deliver components of a project. The concept of time management permits the project manager and team to develop a schedule by which project activities will be managed. Depending upon the size, scale, and scope of a project, scheduling may be an activity that could take one resource less than a day to complete or, for more complex projects, may require scheduling software to ensure that activities and resources are synchronized throughout the life cycle of the project.
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The student will be able to:
List the processes that are required to ensure the effective and timely completion of projects.
Explain how to apply Time Management Concepts.
Develop a schedule by which project activities will be managed.
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