I have run into unexpected behavior in Microsoft Project 2013. To reproduce, create the tasks seen in the screenshot: Where Requirements has a maximum unit of 100%. Notice that when you "Level ...
Say you have three projects. Two of these projects are end-user facing products (Project A and B). The third is an infrastructure project (Project I) where all the work will never be directly ...
How do I make MS Project (2010) distinguish between different kinds of dependencies? For example, consider the following two kinds: Some tasks I mark as dependent on other tasks due to the nature of ...
Regarding to management of a multi-task IT project; How to deal with technical group manager who risks the completion of the project in time by not respecting weekly work-schedule?
Can you give me an example of a Start to Finish dependency? Wikipedia describes it like this: Start to finish (SF) A SF B = B can't finish before A starts
I'd like to get your opinion on how you think, intuitively, 'lag' on a depency between two tasks works or should work. To make my point I will start with some examples that are no problem, and ...
A given project team may have a dependency on an external team in order to complete work on their own project. The Boeing 787 Dreamliner project is probably an excellent example of a large project ...