PMBOK® Guide - Sixth Edition: 10-Developing and Controlling the Project Schedule (RVLS-2867)
Developing the schedule of a project is the product of analyzing activities like sequence, duration, resource requirements, and project constraints. Scheduling tools typically assimilate data in regard to the analysis provided to promote a project schedule. Activities such as plan start and completion dates, milestones and dependencies are among the outputs provided by scheduling tools. The project schedule can then become the project's baseline for tracking purposes. In Developing and Controlling the Project Schedule, you will learn how iterative revisions and maintenance of the schedule are tasks that the project manager must adhere to for the life of the project.
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At the end of this course, you will be able to: Explain how to develop a project schedule through analyzing activities like sequence, duration, resource requirements, and project constraints; Describe how to plan: start and completion dates, milestones, and dependencies as outputs of scheduling tools
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