Subgrantee Termination Action Plan

Objective: To complete

Measures of Performance

Constraints

Tasks

Precedence

Figure 8-4: Sample action plan.

Time

Cost

Constraints

Tasks

Precedence

Time

Cost

a

5 days

— |

b

4 days

— 1

c

a

6 days

- —

— -J

d

b

2 days

— 1

e

b

5 days

— jt

f

c.d

8 days

— 2

Figure 8-4: Sample action plan.

Now note that activity f must follow both c and d, but any given activity must fiav««S its source in one, and only one node. Therefore, it is clear that c and d, both of whichj must precede f, must conclude in the same node from which f originates. We can^ now redraw the network, collapsing nodes 4 and 5 (and renumbering them) as irujs. Figure 8-7. f.

The action plan does not indicate any further activity is required to complete^ the task, so we have reached the end of this particular plan. Once again, we can re-« draw the network to show that the final activities (those with no successors) end a single node, Figure 8-8. A

This process of drawing and redrawing the network may seem a bit awkward-^ and is. If the list of activities associated with a project is long, with complicated lrijj

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