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Milestone
March 3/30/09
April
June
July
Blueprints approved Foundation complete Frame complete Structure complete dried in Electrical and plumbing complete Finish work complete Final Inspection (OC) complete
4/15/09 4/30/09 5/25/09 6/15/09 6/28/09 7/10/09 7/30/09
Figure 6-1
Sample milestone chart
Milestones are usually shown in the scheduling tool or on a network diagram as a diamond-shaped event that has zero time duration and uses zero project resources For example, an inspection on your construction project is performed by a city or county employee who is not part of the project team and who doesn t charge time or money (well, not directly) to the project
When reporting milestones, the PM often uses a milestone chart Figure 6-1 shows the milestone chart for the construction project detailed in Table 6-1
Activity List and Attributes
The finished activities list and the associated attributes should comprise a comprehensive list that includes all schedule activities required to successfully complete the project
Activity List The activity list is an output of the Define Activities process and includes all the work activities (and only the work activities) to be performed on the project The list should be a logical extension of the scope statement and should be focused on what it takes to produce the deliverables of the project Remember, as the project manager it is up to you to keep the team focused on the approved work during this process
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The creation of the activity list relies on the combined knowledge, skills, and experience of you and the team as well as all completed and approved documents generated thus far on the project to use as a guide This includes documents (inputs) such as the following:
The project charter The scope statement The WBS dictionary The project management plan Enterprise environmental factors (company culture, existing systems, building codes, and so on) Organizational process assets (procedures, templates, standard forms, company policies, and historical information)
Activity Attributes Activity attributes extend the description of an activity by identifying the many components associated with the activity Attributes are the characteristics of schedule activities, and they can be organized, sorted, or summarized according to the attribute categories For example, a measure of the elapsed time required to complete an activity is an attribute[2] Other types of activity attributes are any measure of capacity, cost drivers, cycle time, and other such cost and performance characteristics, such as installing increased memory in a computer The activity is installing the new memory chip, and the attribute is the size of the memory being installed (for example, 4GB of memory) During the initial phase of the project, activity attributes may include the activity identification (ID) number, WBS ID number, activity name, activity codes, and logical relationships As the project progresses, the attributes tend to evolve into more complex descriptions, resource requirements, locations of the work, and activity types, such as level of effort (LOE), discrete (independent) effort, and apportioned (spread over multiple activities) effort (AE) The number of attributes varies by application area
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