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Rahul MK
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While considering the project from Idea stage to Transfer of completed projects to operation, what should be the weightage for each stage i.e Idea, Study, Design, Implementation? Thanking you all in advance.

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Suhaila Tsu
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Zoltan, thank you for your affirmation.

Zoltan Palffy
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Suhaila that is correct

Suhaila Tsu
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Dear All 1. A schedule which is not correctly or completely loaded cannot produce a complete plan%, right? 2. A schedule need to be cost loaded in order to get the schedule % complete at the WBS level and at the total roll-up.
Joseph Mbogo
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Build a matrix driven by Cost, Duration, Resources (Manpower) requirements.

The Weightage then will be clear where you have more and less. 

Zoltan Palffy
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whats your measuring stick ?

The Idea takes time

a Study Takes time

the Design takes time 

the Implementation takes time 

what do all of these have in common ? TIME

how is time measured ?

Usually in manhours 

So figured out the manhours for each of these stages and you have your weights