Introduction to the PMI College of Scheduling

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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