Project mapping is a great tool to understand your project. The map below will help manage your project, identifying bottlenecks, generate a schedule, and set a budget.
Use arrows and circles to draw the project. Arrows represent activities. Circles represent events or milestones. Activities have time and resources allocation. Events do not have any allocation of time or resource. Taking the time for mapping makes easier to assign and schedule.
Once the map has been constructed start allocating the appropriate resource for each activity. Resources include people, information and any material needed for the project. The core team should assign the minimum amount people to complete each activity. The core team should also assign the appropriate amount of time to complete each activity. The estimation for time must consider the worker is working at a natural rate. Once all the times have been assigned the project will have a theoretical schedule for the project. Getting the minimum length of time to complete the project is taking the sum of the time of the longest path.
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