A project manager makes many important decisions throughout the life of a project. Decisions regarding resources, expenses and schedules are just a small part of what they are being asked to manage. Many of the decisions a project manager makes are dependent upon having good information and being able to use that information to produce realistic plans and estimates. David Herron examines what information is necessary to produce realistic estimates, allowing for better and more informed decisions.
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