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Revista ingeniería de construcción

versión On-line ISSN 0718-5073

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KNAPP, Steve; CHARRON, Roberto  y  HOWELL, Gregory. Phase planning today. Rev. ing. constr. [online]. 2007, vol.22, n.3, pp.157-162. ISSN 0718-5073.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0718-50732007000300002.

Since the publication of White Paper #7 "Phase Scheduling" (Ballard, 2000), work on many projects has been planned with this technique by teams of varying configuration. Many teams have adapted their own approach to developing a "phase schedule", in some cases called a "reverse phase schedule" or a "pull phase schedule". During these planning sessions, ideas have been put in practice that improve on the original scheme and increase the benefits of producing a phase schedule. Perhaps the most significant being the conversations that the teams pursue during the exercise. This paper will briefly describe the authors' current approach to and practices for preparing phase schedules and how this has become, in actuality, phase planning. It will then describe how phase planning produces the project schedule as traditionally understood, and more importantly designs the network of commitments necessary to deliver each project milestone, and how understanding and using the network of commitments improves project performance

Palabras clave : Phase; planning; scheduling.

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