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weighting factor

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what is weighting factor in control project and measurment progress of project.


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Agree there is not a standard.
You can use costs, man-hours, as urgency.
Some are more objective parameters other need an experienced evaluation.
In any case in a schedule try to be consistent, if You start in a way, go on with that one. Or You will start to loose control (will be difficult to intrepretate for You and Your management) of the results.
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There is no standard on this one. Some may by the value of works, some may by urgency.