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Part #99: Methodological guide of project planning with 3D WBS method

How to plan well and quickly a project?The answer there... Methodological guide of project planning with 3D WBS method from Moine Jean-Yves

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Part #95: How to manage both cost and time together?

Cost estimating, Cost Control and Planning have not the same needs in terms of levels of details. But all these disciplines of the Project Management must be based on the same WBS. This is the paradox...

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Part #96: 3D WBS structured schedule with OMNICLASS tables

This is 3D WBS Structured MS PROJECT schedule, with tables #13 (spaces by function = Zones), 22 (Work results = Activities), and 23 (Products) of OMNICLASS referential. It is about building's frames.

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Part #97: OMNICLASS, UNICLASS 2 & ISO 12006 standards Vs 3D WBS method

Construction building sector has standards for the project structuration as OMNICLASS, UNICLASS 2 and ISO 12006 standards. These standards are not usefull if their tables are not linked together. 3D...

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Part #98: Make a success of your projects, structure them!

I deeply understood what is work (WBS), I modelled it. To work, it is to do something somewhere. And a project, it is an organization which works.  The structure of a project thus has 4 dimensions: to...

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Part #99: Make a success of your projects, identify the interfaces!

The management of the interfaces is one of the keys of the project management, everyone speaks about it but nobody can really identify them, these interfaces. With 3DWBS method, I am able to find...

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Part #100: Abstraction and reality within a project

At the beginning and the end of the project one works in the abstraction, whereas in the middle of the project one works in the concrete world. And this on the 3 axes of work (WBS): Activities,...

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Part #101: How to define the Workpackages?

As we know, the Workpackage is the smallest level of deliverable if the WBS. It cannot be broken down. A series of Activities produces/creates a deliverable or a Workpackage. It has an unique...

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Part #102: 3D WBS formulas

"x" means Crossing "+" means Assigning Translation : A project is an organization that works;  Work is doing something somewhere;  Doing things can be standardized for a project type, what changes...

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Part #103: 3D WBS’ tree structures relationships model

Under, how are linked all the tree structures of the 3D WBS model. I did not integrate the Resources (RBS), because I think that they must not be assigned to tasks, I prefer to use the weighting...

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Part #104: KKS classification and 3D WBS

KKS is a classification system for plants. It has three different type of codes that are compatible with 3D WBS model:     Process-related identification that are Product (Systems/pure Products) in 3D...

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Part #105: When students imagine the 3D WBS cube

It looks like that : It is done by mahakam2012, full article: http://mahakam2012.wordpress.com/author/mahakam2012/

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Part #106: Elementary tree structures of projects

Dimension #1: What? Dimension #2: How? Dimension #3: Where? Dimension  #4: Who?

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Part #107: How to measure the physical progress of the engineering’s...

If big engineering companies create for themselves a specific tool to manage the physical progress of the deliverables, it is because there are thousands of deliverables and that it is considered that...

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Part #108: What is the nature of the relationships of a schedule?

All has 3 dimensions in work (3D WBS), even the logical links of the schedule.  We all know that there exist logical links between tasks of type finish to start, start to start or finish to finish,...

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Part #109: Practical application of the 3D Gantt

This is a classical Gantt diagram, of a communication system project. This is the same schedule with 3D Gantt diagram. The added value, it is that on the 3D Gantt you can read immediately the...

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Part #110: 3D WBS for IT projects

What is important in IT, it is the number of achievable separate applications thatit is necessary to generate for the whole of the software. This, because it is necessary to complete a certain work to...

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Part #111: NORSOK Standard Z-014 vs 3D WBS method

The NORSOK standards are developed by the Norwegian petroleum industry to ensure adequate safety, value adding and cost effectiveness for petroleum industry developments and operations. This NORSOK...

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Part #112: Scope definition with 3D WBS method

According to the PMBOKfrom PMI, Project Scope Management describes the processes required to ensure that the project includes all the work required, and only the work required, to complete the project...

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Part #113: Time, Cost and Scope variations management

Time, Cost and Scope management tree structuresare defined with 3D WBS method. 3D WBS method goes further of project structuration, I call it then 3D Project Management. It is 3D structured projects...

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