Case Study 12.1 The Problems of Multitasking
- How does multitasking confuse the resource availability of project team personnel?
- “In modern organizations, it is impossible to eliminate multitasking for the average Âemployee.” Do you agree or disagree with this statement? Why?
- Because of the problems of multitasking, project managers must remember that there is a difference between an activity’s duration and the project calendar. In other words, 40 hours of work on a project task is not the same thing as one week on the baseline schedule. Please comment on this concept. Why does multitasking “decouple” activity duration estimates from the project schedule?
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