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Total Float

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Oguntade Adekunle
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Please i do have much float whan am preparing baseline program, can any one help me? And what are the things to consider while preparing a baseline Program for best result?

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Patrick Weaver
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Float is the least of your worries - first make sure the logic, resources, and durations are accurate, reasonable and achievable. Float is simply a by-product, see: http://www.mosaicprojects.com.au/PDF/Schedule_Float.pdf

Mike Testro
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Hi Ogutande

Tighten up the logic by removing loose ends.

Adjust all SS FF Links - best to use only FS logic.

Remove all constraints.

Best regards

Mike T.