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11. In the Actual dur field, type 7d, and then click OK.
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Project records the actual duration of the task.
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Because you did not specify an actual start date, Project assumes that the task started as scheduled. However, the actual duration that you entered causes Project to calculate an actual finish date that is later than the originally scheduled finish date.
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Tip You can apply all the tracking methods shown in this chapter to manually scheduled tasks. You can also record an actual start, actual finish, or remaining duration value for a manually scheduled task.
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Evaluating a project s status properly can be tricky. Consider the following issues:
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For many tasks, it is very difficult to evaluate a completion percentage. When
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is an engineer s design for a new motor assembly 50 percent complete Or when is a programmer s code for a software module 50 percent complete Reporting work in progress is in many cases a best guess effort and inherently risky.
The elapsed portion of a task s duration is not always equal to the amount
of work accomplished. For example, a task might require relatively little effort initially, but require more work as time passes. (This is referred to as a back-loaded task.) When 50 percent of its duration has elapsed, far less than 50 percent of its total work will have been completed.
The resources assigned to a task might have different criteria for what consti-
tutes the task s completion than the criteria determined by the project manager or the resources assigned to successor tasks. Good project planning and communication can avoid or mitigate these and other problems that arise in project execution. For example, developing proper task durations and status-reporting periods should help you identify tasks that have varied substantially from the baseline early enough to make adjustments. Having welldocumented and well-communicated task completion criteria should help prevent downstream surprises. Nevertheless, large, complex projects will almost always vary from the baseline. CLEAN UP Close the Simple Tracking file.
Key Points
Key Points
Before tracking actual work in a project plan, you should set a baseline. This pro-
vides you with a snapshot of your initial project plan for later comparison against actual progress and is one way to tell whether your project is on track.
The ability to track actual work in a project plan is a major advantage that a project
management tool such as Project has over a list-keeping tool such as Microsoft Excel. In Project, you can track actual work at a very broad or very detailed level.
To evaluate a project s status properly after you begin tracking requires a combi-
nation of recording accurate data in Project and using your good judgment when interpreting the results.
Advanced Scheduling
Part 2
7 Fine-Tuning Task Details. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .140 8 Fine-Tuning Resource Details. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178 9 Fine-Tuning Assignment Details . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .188 10 Fine-Tuning the Project Plan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .210 11 Organizing Project Details . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .232 12 Tracking Progress on Tasks and Assignments . . . . .256 13 Viewing and Reporting Project Status . . . . . . . . . . .278 14 Getting Your Project Back on Track . . . . . . . . . . . . .298
at a Glance
Change how tasks are related to each other, page 142. Apply constraints to control when tasks can be scheduled, page 147.
Interrupt work on a task, page 153.
Set working time for a specific task, page 155.
Fine-tune how Project responds to schedule changes, page 158. Set up a recurring task, page 167.
Fine-Tuning Task Details
In this chapter, you will learn how to: Adjust task links to have more control over how tasks are related. Apply a constraint to a task. Split a task to record an interruption in work. Create a task calendar and apply it to a task. Change a task type to control how Project schedules tasks. Record deadlines for tasks. Enter a fixed cost for a task. Set up a recurring task in the project schedule. View the project s critical path. Enter a specific duration value for a summary task. Inactivate tasks so they remain in the project plan but have no effect on the schedule (Project Professional only).
In this chapter, you examine and use a variety of advanced features in Microsoft Project 2010. These features focus on fine-tuning task details prior to saving a baseline, as well as commencing work on the project with the goal of developing the most accurate schedule representation of the tasks you anticipate for the plan.
Practice Files Before you can complete the exercises in this chapter, you need to copy the book s practice files to your computer. A complete list of practice files is provided in Using the Practice Files at the beginning of this book. For each exercise that has a practice file, simply browse to where you saved the book s practice file folder. Important If you are running Project Professional, you may need to make a one-time setting change. This helps ensure that the practice files you work with in this chapter do not affect your Project Server data. For more information, see Appendix C, Using the Practice Files if Connected to Project Server.
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