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    Detailed planning – Elapsed time



    Example for a task

    Elapsed time

    The simple example above is for a task considered to take a total of 15 man days.
    This means it would take one person 15 days to complete or 15 people one day, if it was just a matter of effort.


    However, the availability of people is not always reliable.
    For the above case if you have 4 people available for the job it should take 15/4 = 3.75 days to complete.
    However, if they are only available for 75% of the time you only have, in effect, 4x75% = 3 people.
    Thus, according to the calculation shown, the job will take 5 days.

    If a task has a long elapsed time consider the possibility of breaking it down into smaller tasks as this may aid control.

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