Concurrent and sequential networks - implications for project management

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Abstract

Timely completion of projects is one of the essential goals of project management. The present authors have developed a probability-based explanation of the lateness phenomenon as it relates to network complexity. Concurrent activities within a network are greater determinants of the delay than are comparable sequential activities. The implications for project management are discussed. © 1986.

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Smith, L. A., & Mills, J. (1986). Concurrent and sequential networks - implications for project management. Engineering Management International, 3(4), 279–282. https://doi.org/10.1016/0167-5419(86)90024-4

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