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1.1 Show the Notwork Diagram 3
1.2 Determined activities and the total float 5
1.3 Determined the project duration and the critical path 7
1.4 Earliest completed date 7
1.5 Explain the reasons 7
1.6 Explain the limitations of Network diagrams 8
2.2 Background 9
2.3 Project plaining 10
2.3.1 Planning to satisfy the client 10
2.3.2 Tasks assigning to staff 11
2.3.3 Scheduling of time 12
2.4 Project leadership and management 14
2.4.1 The roles of project manager 15
2.4.2 Management of stakeholders 15
2.4.3 Motivate team members 17
2.5 Project Controlling 17
2.6 Closing project 18
2.7 Conclusion 18
2.8 Recommendations 19
References 19

1.1 Show the Notwork Diagram

1.2 Determined activities and the total float
In the network diagram, The activities timing of project is through the activity table show the estimated number of days for confirm. A separate activity diagrams composition from top corners and bottom row compartments. The top part is earliest start time and finish times. The bottom part is latest start time，last finish times and the total float (Field and Keller, 2007. P. 197). According to the formula 'total float = LFT-EST-DURATION ' can determined the total float ( Field and Keller. 2007. P. 391).

1.3 Determined the project duration and the critical path
The critical path determine is through multiple tasks of same critical path spend the longest task is critical path. Such as the path C, D, E, and F, because of the path C need take the longest to complete, therefor choice C is critical oath. Thus, the A, B ,C , G, H, J, K. M. N, O, P, Q, R is critical path. The network diagram project duration is determined by the total duration of the activity on the critical path. For example, this network diagram critical path is A, B ,C, G, H, J, K. M. N, O, P, Q, R. So the project duration is 60 days.

1.4 Earliest

References: 1. Burke, R. (2010) Fundamentals of Project Management: Tools and Techniques 2nd edn, Burke Publishing 2. Field and Keller (2007) Project Management Cengage Learning EMEA 3. Dov Dvir, Tzvi Raz, Aaron J. Shenhar, International Journal of Project Management, valume 21, pages 89-95, 2003 4. PMBOK Guide (2008) A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, PMI Publishers 5. Kerzner, (2001) Strategic planning for project management using a project management maturity model, Wiley & Sons, New York, page 158 6. Meredith, J. R.. & Mantel, S. J. (2011) Project Management: A Managerial Approach (6th edition) McGraw-Hill 7. Newton, R. (2009) The Practice and Theory of Project Management: Creating value through change, Palgrave MacMillan 8. Lim & Mohamed, (1999) Criteria of project success: an exploratory re-examination, International Journal of Project Management Vol. 17, No. 4, pp. 243-248 9. Packendorff, J. (1995). Inquiring into the temporary organization: new directions for project management research, Scamd. J.Mgmt.Vol.11, No.4, pp.319-333.