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1. What is the format of a Task List Schedule?
Table of all project tasks, sorted by completion date.
Each task for a particular day is listed on a calendar on the appropriate day.
Table of tasks and completion dates created for a particular team member showing only those tasks that they are responsible for completing.
2. When is the appropriate time to use Task List Schedules?
Use Task List Schedules with extended team members who only are responsible for a few tasks on large projects.
Use Task List Schedules with team members who have trouble focusing on project tasks.
Use Task List Schedules for all team members who are not collocated with the Project Leader.
3. Under what project conditions would you use a Task List Schedule instead of a Milestone Chart?
Task List Schedules are used with large project teams and Milestone Charts are used with small project team.
Task List Schedules and Milestone Charts have different purposes. Both are often used on the same project.
Task List Schedules are used with internally funded projects and Milestones Charts are used with customer funded projects.
4. How many tasks are normally found on a Task List Schedule?
All project tasks.
There is a limit of 10 tasks for a Task List Schedule. If an individual is responsible for more than 10 tasks, they should receive multiple Task List Schedules.
All the tasks that the extended team member is responsible for accomplishing, however it is usually less than 10.
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