Help needed: Can someone please summarise the difference between resource levelling and smoothing?
Jon thanks for posting your answer. In general you are going the right way but your answer lacked the detail necessary to demonstrate understanding...
Describe how the following can be used to communicate a schedule to different stakeholders: a)WBS A WBS illustrates all of the work and their...APMP Study Group
The pre-requisites to estimating techniques are The pre-requisites for comparative estimating are a set of data from similar projects to act as a...APMP Study Group
Dear all I though you might like to know that this exam is now called the APM PMQ, but other then the name everything else is the same.
Craig I have edited your answer in italics to reflect what I would expect to see in the APM PMQ (APMP) exam. I hope this helps.
Remember the maximum you can score is two marks per sentence, so you might pass with this example but a bit more detail would be ideal.
You have in part explained what is earned value. The questions askes you to explain how to use earned value I would say earned values compares the...
You have two already you also need to all that the resource may be diverted onto something else which the task is not in progress.
Yes is it. There are a number of different steps but the five I would choice are
One of the sample questions is "List and describe five steps in creating a robust schedule. I'm struggling with this one as can't decide what a...APMP Study Group
The first four points are fine, but the last one needs a bit more detail.
Michelle thanks for the feedback I am beginning to think that even my model answer is a bit too brief nowerdays.
Dan I am glad you found it useful.
Thanks Paul, That's a really useful explanation
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The other post that Pual mentioned gives a great example of what is required to get full marks eg:
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CreatedTuesday, 29 November 2011
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