Types of activities

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The different types of activities are relevant to scheduling and forms of changing and crashing (accelerating) a schedule.
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Project scheduling is the application of techniques, skills and intuition accomplished through proper training, knowledge and experience to develop effective schedule models. The different types of activities are relevant to scheduling and forms of changing and crashing (accelerating) a schedule.
  
 
=Resource-dependent activities=
 
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Abstract

Project scheduling is the application of techniques, skills and intuition accomplished through proper training, knowledge and experience to develop effective schedule models. The different types of activities are relevant to scheduling and forms of changing and crashing (accelerating) a schedule.

Resource-dependent activities

  • Duration can be changed.
  • The duration of the activity can be halved if the resources are doubled (experienced employees).
  • Examples: programming, digging, drawing work
  • Speed up: add more people

Process-dependent activities

  • Activities where the duration is determined by a process that must be implemented to achieve the desired result.
  • Characterized by that it can't be rushed
  • Examples: pregnancy, curing of concrete, training and education of employees
  • Speed up example: Difficult, in some cases through e.g. change of equipment

Procedure-dependent activities

  • Activities where a certain procedure must be followed
  • The uncertainty related to the outcome of the procedure.
  • Examples: steering committee meetings, consultation of stakeholders
  • Speed up example: Ebola and the change on regulation

Problem-dependent activities

  • Activities to solve a problem.
  • Innovation is paramount. Can be difficult to estimate the duration
  • Examples: design tasks, development, creative tasks
  • Speed up example: difficult, through intermediary deadlines or forcing an end - 'time boxing'
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