Project Administration Using PERT (Program/Project Evaluation and Review Technique) PERT – is known as a tool employed in project managing, which was made to analyze and represent the tasks involved in doing a given job. Steps in PERT:
1 . Determine the specific actions.
2 . Determine proper pattern of the activities.
3. Construct the network diagram.
some. Estimate the time required for every activity.
your five. Determine the critical route.
6. Update the PERT Chart.
The Three Chances
1 . TOPT ( Optimistic Time Estimate)
installment payments on your TLIKELY ( Most Likely Estimate)
3. TPESS ( Pessimistic Time Estimate)
Formula's used in PERT
At the = (TOPT + four x TLIKELY + TPESS)
V = (TPESS – TOPT)2
Benefits of PERT:
• PERT graph and or chart explicitly defines and makes visible dependencies involving the work breakdown structure factors. • PERT facilitates identification of the critical path besides making this noticeable. • PERT facilitates identity of early start, overdue start, and slack for every single activity. • PERT offers potentially decreased project length due to better understanding of dependencies leading to increased overlapping of activities and tasks wherever feasible. • The large volume of job data can be organized & presented in diagram use with decision making.
Down sides of PERT:
• There could be potentially hundreds of actions and specific dependency associations. • PERT is not really easily international for smaller sized projects.
• The network charts are likely to be significant and unwieldy requiring several pages to print and requiring exclusively sized paper. • Deficiency of a timeframe on most PERT/CPM charts helps it be harder showing status though colors will help (e. g., specific color for finished nodes).