Practical Time Planning
Understanding the Overload
Describes most common sources of the work-related stress, and provides the
objective assessment of an extent to which you would be suffering from the
overload at work.
Negotiating the Workload
Inability to say 'No' to the requests can be significant contributor to the
stress and the overload. This section explains how to decline the requests when
it will be appropriate to do so.
Planning The Day
Make schedule or plan all your tasks according to the workload and the
performance cycle. This will save your time in thinking what to do next.
Using The Activity Networks
The activity networks, have become established as one of a most popular resource
planning techniques that are available.
The Critical Path Analysis
It will show how to identify a critical path within the networks of the
activities and how to calculate a total float and a free float available.
The Effective Resource Planning
This describes the resource planning, which is concerned with an effective
scheduling of all the resources available in the order to deliver outputs which
Preparing The Planning Diagrams
It discusses various ways which the resource planning information may be
summarized for presenting to the senior management.
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