|4.2 Interface BAR-NPT|
Within the scope of the planning activities PM1.5 - Generation of Preliminary Plan and PM4 - Detailed Planning, the planning of the dynamic organization is realized with method NPT (step 1: structural analysis), the following effort, schedule, and resource planning is realized with method BAR.
The results generated for the activity list within the scope of the structural analysis of the NPT (listing the work packages (allocation of (sub-) activities to (sub-) products) with its logical dependences) are used as a basis for the bar chart.
During this conversion, the information about individual work packages are used:
Prior to the further processing of the network plan the (or respectively further) logical dependences of the work packages have to be collected and integrated.
The update of the preliminary plan in BAR must be realized within PM 4 on the basis of the detailed plan in NPT if the steering (PM 8) and the corresponding detailed planning (PM 4) with NPT (step 2: time analysis) have resulted in modifications with regard to the estimated efforts and deadlines on the level of the preliminary plan.
When converting the network plan into a bar chart, the information about the individual work packages are included:
Prior to the conversion it is necessary either to combine the work packages of the network plan in order to achieve the specification level of the bar chart (preliminary plan) or the work packages must be grouped and combined according to the objective of the bar chart after the conversion.
|/Daenzer, 1988/||Brief general description of the network planning technique and the interface between NPT and BAR. (pp. 233-236)|
|/Gewald, 1972/||Comprehensive description of capacity optimization.|
|/Gewald, 1974/||Comprehensive description of cost and financial planning.|
|/Thumb, 1975/||Comprehensive and detailed description of the network planning technique in 2 volumes.|
|/Wille, 1972/||Comprehensive description of time planning.|
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