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Domain 2: Schedule Planning and Development (31% of examination)
Activities related to defining and sequencing activities and milestones, developing the work and resource breakdown structures, and establishing the performance measurement baseline (PMB).
Terms in this set (12)
Develop the work breakdown structure (WBS), organizational breakdown structure (OBS), control accounts (CA), and work packages through communication with subject matter experts and stakeholders and analysis of the contractual commitments
in order to ensure completion of the project scope.
Define activities and milestones through communication with subject matter experts, decomposition, and application of scheduling policies and procedures
to identify and document the work to be performed.
Estimate activity durations, utilizing subject matter experts and scheduling techniques such as three-point estimate, parametric, analogous and/or Program Evaluation and Review Technique (PERT)
in order to develop an overall schedule model.
Sequence activities, incorporating defined dependencies (internal, external, and cross programs) milestones, and constraints (for example, calendars, geography, contracts),
in order to develop a logical, dynamic schedule model.
Identify critical and near-critical path(s) using techniques such as Critical Path Method, Critical Chain, Program Evaluation and Review Technique (PERT), and Monte Carlo simulation
in order to meet project delivery date requirements
Develop the project resource breakdown structure (RBS), determine resource availability, and assign resources to activities by working with functional managers, project managers, and project team members
in order to define the resource constrained schedule.
Adjust schedule model based upon resource availability, available budget, and other known constraints
in order to calculate the resource constrained schedule.
Align schedule with the overall program plan or integrated master plan (IMP), through review of enterprise objectives and contract documentation,
in order to ensure accomplishment of overall program objectives.
Analyze major milestones against statement of work (SOW), the contract, and/or memorandum of understanding,
to assess whether schedule model delivery estimates meet required deadlines.
Perform schedule risk analysis using quantitative tools or techniques (for example, what-if scenarios, Monte Carlo simulation)
in order to determine if project milestone dates are achievable within acceptable risk tolerances.
Obtain a consensus of the project customer, sponsor, project manager, and project team members,
in order to establish an approved baseline schedule.
Establish the Performance Measurement Baseline (PMB), using organizational processes and standard techniques
in order to enable performance measurement and management.
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