Time-Distance Planning – A different dimension for project planning

The Linear Scheduling Method (also called Time-Chainage and March Charts) is a technique which locates activities not only in time, but also in distance. Richard Ormerod of Asta Development looks at how this allows a unique appreciation of the conflicts and sequence in which activities can be undertaken and why it is often preferred to the non-linear methods of Gantt charts and traditional project planning software like Microsoft Project and P6.

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