How to Create a Good Quality P50 Risk-based Baseline Schedule

Any project is capable of generating a believable risk-based schedule baseline. Project confidence is higher when the team knows the target schedule is achievable. It is also cheaper and more economical. Quantification assesses the overall schedule risk of a project. The schedule baseline becomes risk-based because risk probability and consequence are measured. I espouse using a P50 Risk-based baseline as the middle-ground. However, other synchronized schedule baselines such as P40, P60, or higher are also possible.

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