Organisations frequently undertake projects that consist of many component parts that need to be completed by several departments and individuals. The parts are usually interrelated in the sense that some can’t begin until others have finished. This chapter explains how all the component parts can be represented on a diagram and how this can be used to ascertain how long the project will take to complete, when each component must start and by how much time components can be delayed without delaying the project.
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