How to address your Schedule Baseline Dilemma

A good risk-based plan will translate to an excellent risk-based schedule, but it continues beyond there. To complete the statement loop, one must say, “A good schedule feeds back to the risk-based plan to make it better.”

Project management does not end after the team develops a project plan. The plan is more of a starting point than completing a management process.

When client and contractor start throwing accusations against each other surrounding schedule baseline management, one can easily conclude that a problem or issue is brewing. It can turn into significant risks.

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