The critical path activities that directly impact the completion time;
The activities that have slack time and that can be lend resources to
critical path activities;
Activity start and end date.
Personnel should already have a good understanding of formal project
management terminology, tools, and techniques
PERT form template of equivalent tool (e.g. software)
Create of project plan
Choose the most appropriate scheduling method
Select and organize a team to perform project tasks.
EXAMPLES – CASE STUDY
In the following example, the Project manager knows the succession of the project activities and the optimistic, pessimistic and most likely time (in weeks) for the following activities:
Optimistic time (0)
Pessimistic time (P)
Most likely time (M)
Select administrative and medical staff.
Select site and do site survey.
Prepare final construction plans and layout.
Bring utilities to the site.