In the previous season, we discussed the fact that load/capacity was perhaps not the best way to manage your project and your project portfolio. Indeed, it is not by knowing the loads of each task, associated with each resource in
In the previous episode, we talked about the impact of the pipeline on change management. Below you will find pictures of the first pipelines. The columns represent the status of the different projects. The orange post-it note represents the registered
To find the critical resource, there are 3 criteria: 1/ Point of convergence/divergence In your project, you have a clear convergence/divergence point. That is to say that a set of tasks converges towards this task (and the resource). And when
In this episode, we’ll look at how to regulate the flow of ongoing projects. We will use two approaches: The general principle of these two approaches is to prevent the in-process from continuing to get clogged. 1/ The farmer common
At this point, everything is going well: The project plan is well defined, The tasks are correctly sized, You know how to use the experience of previous projects to update your project plan, And you know how to identifiy the
Once you have completed your project plan, sized the tasks and avoided creating a labyrinthine system with too much detail, you need to move on to the step that will identify the most time critical tasks sequence. At this point,
You made your project plan (episode 1). Then you verified that it was at the right level of detail (episode 2)… knowing that there is an uncertainty that you will discover. How will/should you incorporate these elements into the project
In the previous article, we saw what a project plan was and the elements to start building it. We ended with the following question: When did I reach the right granularity? How can I manage a project over several years?
In the first season, you discovered the different ways to analyze a Fever Chart. It’s time to start season 2, which will focus on the use of a project plan. In this article, we will describe: what a project plan
Last article in our series on the use of visual management according to our FLOW Project Management methodology. If you first want to (re) read the previous articles, click the following links: Analytical gain of the Fever Chart: Introduction Distribute
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