Project management

Part 1 Develop an in” rel=”nofollow”>in-depth schedule for the project you selected and used to develop the statement of work and work breakdown structure (WBS) in” rel=”nofollow”>in Unit III. refer to the Integrated Project in” rel=”nofollow”>in Chapter 10 on page 363 (Developin” rel=”nofollow”>ing the Project Schedule) of the textbook for more in” rel=”nofollow”>information. in” rel=”nofollow”>include the followin” rel=”nofollow”>ing components: an activity precedence diagram, an activity duration table, and a network diagram and Gantt charts.
Part 2 Please complete Case Study 10.1: Project Schedulin” rel=”nofollow”>ing at Blanque Check Construction on page 360 of the textbook, and answer the three questions at the end.

Part 3 Develop a network activity chart, and identify the critical path for a project based on the in” rel=”nofollow”>information provided in” rel=”nofollow”>in the Gantt chart below. Draw the activity network as a Gantt chart. What is the expected duration of the project? Activity Expected Duration Predecessor A 5 days — B 10 days A C 8 days A D 1 day A E 5 days B, C F 10 days D, E G 14 days F H 3 days G I 12 days F J 6 days H, I
Part 4 Usin” rel=”nofollow”>ing the in” rel=”nofollow”>information provided in” rel=”nofollow”>in the Gantt chart below, construct the project activity network usin” rel=”nofollow”>ing the activity-on-node (AON) methodology, and label each node. Identify the critical path and other paths through the network. Your paper should be no less than four pages in” rel=”nofollow”>in length, not countin” rel=”nofollow”>ing the title and reference pages. All sources used, in” rel=”nofollow”>includin” rel=”nofollow”>ing the textbook, must be referenced: paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanyin” rel=”nofollow”>ing citations and be formatted accordin” rel=”nofollow”>ing to APA guidelin” rel=”nofollow”>ines.

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