This post provides a detailed explanation for calculating critical path duration, Early Start date(ES), Late Start date (LS), Early Finish date (EF), Late Finish date (LF), Free Slack (FS), and Total Slack (TS) of a given set of project activities. Assume a Finish-To-Start relationship between each pair of activities. If you want to learn how to calculate the critical path of a set of project activities connected through different types of relationships with lag, kindly check out my article Sample Forward Pass / Backward Pass Calculation With Lag.
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August 14th, 2012 3 comments
Categories: Time Management
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