Project Baselines

How to Create a Project Schedule Baseline (6 Illustrated Steps)

After you have defined the scope of a project and created the scope baseline, you will likely start developing the project schedule. The approved schedule will become the schedule baseline of the project which the basis for the cost baseline and performance measurement. In this article, we will guide you step-by-step through the process of …

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Project Schedule Baseline: Definition | Purpose | Example

Project managers typically use Gantt-charts, milestones and start/finish dates to measure and report the progress of a project. These are common examples of tools and techniques that help visualize the project schedule and allow for transparent schedule communication and controlling. The schedule baseline is the stakeholder-approved foundation of the schedule of a project. It is …

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Performance Measurement Baseline: Definition | Example | 6-Step Guide

One of the key tasks in project management is the tracking of the progress and performance of a project. As a prerequisite, the criteria for measuring performance need to be clearly defined and agreed by the project’s stakeholders. This is done by establishing a performance measurement baseline (PMB) thay serves as the yardstick for the …

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Scope Baseline: Definition | Example | 4-Step Guide | Uses

‘Scope’ is probably one of the most common terms in project management. Often, the scope of a project is subject to different views and intensive discussions among stakeholders, project managers, and team members. A scope baseline is therefore a ‘must’ in every project: it defines and documents the scope of a project clearly and in …

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