The PMI Melbourne Chapter meeting on 27 June will host Alistair Bowden representing the proposed PMI Melbourne College of Scheduling (COS). Alistair will present an overview of the College – a group which will appeal to members and guests who are interested in all aspects of scheduling including standards, training, software, research etc.
In addition, Alistair will also present a paper he recently delivered to the Orlando COS conference: bUsing Schedules to Quantify Time and Activity Related Costsb. The paper considers methods for setting up a baseline schedule sufficient to model causation and its effect on cost.
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