In the Rough-Cut Timeboxing: The Work-Back Model article, I addressed the scenario of the project manager being given an end date and having to work backward to derive when the initiative should start (or should have started). But what about the scenario where a project manager is able to provide a start date?
My experience has been more about being given an end date, but I’ve also had situations where I was able to forward-schedule work—or where I used forward and backward scheduling together to develop a rough-cut plan. In this article, I want to focus on that scenario using the rough-cut work-forward timebox model.
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