New Century Wellness Group Case Study 70

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Unformatted text preview: Step-By-Step Description of Project Planning Step-By-Step Description of Project Planning Step-By-Step Description of Project Planning Step-By-Step Description of Project Planning Step-By-Step Description of Project Planning How Do I Calculate the Critical Path? Step-By-Step Description of Project Planning Work Breakdown Structure Task No. Description Duration (Days) Predecessor Tasks 1 Develop Plan 3-2 Assign Tasks 4 1 3 Obtain Hardware 14 1 4 Programming 70 2 5 Install Hardware 10 3 6 Program Test 30 4 7 Write User Manual 21 5 8 Convert Files 20 5 9 System Test 25 6 10 User Training 20 7, 8 11 User Test 25 9, 10 Gantt Chart PERT/CPM Chart...
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