SAB4#60 Leads & Lags

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SAB4#60 Leads & Lags
1 LAG time is when you purposefully put a DELAY between the predecessor task and the successor
1.1 Example: You need TO WAIT 3 days after pouring concrete to construct a frame from a house
1.1.1 Activities Finish-to-Start
2 LEAD time is when you give a successor task some time to getstarted BEFORE the predecessor finishes
2.1 Example: "Team 2" can start reviewing the document "A" BEFORE "Team 1" has finished reviewing the document "X"
2.1.1 Activities Start-to-Start
3 The project management team determines the dependencies that may require a LEAD or a LAG to accurately define the logical relationship.
4 The use of leads and lags should not replace schedule logic
5 Activities and their related assumptions should be documented
6 A lead or a lag CAN affect the project time duration
7 Leads and Lags MUST be used SPECIALLY in crtical activities
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