Sandeep Dhabarde Started The Discussion:
Hi Friends Very good day

I want to know more about two management techniques CPM & PERT. and what is the difference between two.

what is my knowledge ....
these are used to define & coordinate various activities of a project & successfully accomplish the objectives on time. CPM analysis is activity orientaed which focus interest on start and completion of event rather than activity. whereas PERT is event or job oriented.

Posted 19th January 2008 From India, Mumbai

Hi, I have attached some information on CPM and PERT .I hope i will help you . Regards, PRIYA.P
Posted 19th January 2008 From India, Madras
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Hi Priya, Thanks for PPT. Its a nice and thorough information. Now idea & doubts are cleared. Regards Sandeep
Posted 22nd January 2008 From India, Mumbai
Thanks for ppt. Could you plz guide me some working examples on project management or some books for practice. thanx prkumar
Posted 26th January 2008 From India, Visakhapatnam
Hi Friends,

Iam Shankar Manohar working in Wipro Technologies and doing my MBA in HR thru Correspondance.

I have a following problem in Pert Concept and looking for a solution on this.
Please give me a solution in detail for this problem if possible.

It will be of a great help for me in my academics.

Activity Predecessor Duration(weeks)
a m b

A -- 6 7 8

B -- 1 2 9

C -- 1 4 7

D A 1 2 3

E A,B 1 2 9

F C 1 5 9

G C 2 2 8

H E,F 4 4 4

I E,F 4 4 10

J D,H 2 5 14

K I,G 2 2 8

a) Construct Project Network
b) find Expected Duration and Variance of each activity
c) Find critical path and expected Project Completion time
d)Probabilty of Completing the project on 4 b4 25 weeks.
Posted 31st October 2008 From India
hi priya, u provided good work on cpm/pert. wil u pls elaborate differences between these two. thanks ajay bhatnagar:)
Posted 4th May 2009 From India, Mumbai


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