Unit leaders received a cookie-cutter Program Evaluation Review Technique (PERT) chart as guidance; however, the unit had to shape the project chart
for rain delays and equipment deadlines.
The fifth section, which deals with scheduling, should state all tasks related to an APS in the form of a project chart
using time lines for management to track.
He noted that the new project will improve policies for long term sustainability and that it is a continuation of the cultural tourism project CHARTS
which was implemented from 2012-2014.
His website West Wales War Memorial Project charts
stories from every war in the modern era.
Melbye's project charts
literary and art historical approaches to landscape, quickly moving from the scattered examples that come down to us from antiquity to the contemporary cinematic sensibilities of films like No Country for Old Men (2007, Ethan and Joel Coen) and Into the Wild (2007, Sean Penn).
The project charts
emphasize the need for propulsion improvements in order to reach the overall aircraft fuel burn goals.
1 A person who displays targets or project charts
on or around their desk is often highly motivated by achievement and by setting goals for themselves.
The project charts
the arrival of refugees, their stay in a detention centre, the immigration process and their potential future.
During the 1960s and 1970s, projects such as the Afghan Demographic Project charted
the human geography of strategic regions with the not-so-secret support of the U.S.
Moments after the end of a meeting or planning session, notes can be shared with stakeholders as PowerPoint presentations, Word documents, Project charts
or Web sites.
In Kenya, the Samburu Zebras project charts
the habitats and movements of a declining species, while marine scientists are needed in Belize on a project to discover the nature and extent of human-related threats to manatees.