The impacts of Various Activity Distribution on Project Management in CPM and PERT Networks

  • K.Srinivasa Rao, Indukuri Bangar Raju, Padma Ganta


The project managing study's objective is to plan events associated with any project effectively to accomplish the task sooner than a precise period and at the least price with value level. Two project managing techniques – CPM and PERT are generally used to show the apparent series of events to be completed in any project to accomplish project objects. Understand the significance of using CPM and PERT techniques for project management. Understand the phases of any project and various activities that need to be done during these phases. Construct network diagrams with single and three-time estimates of activities involved in a project. Determine the critical path and floats associated with non – essential activities and events along with total project completion time. Determine the probability of completing a project on or before the scheduled date. Know how to update a project along with resource turning and smoothing. In this paper, the probable influences of these allocations on the plan period are examined. It is demonstrated that the use of unique allowances with the same three-point assessment.

Keywords: Activity distribution, CPM, PERT, Project Management