The latest an activity can finish without delaying the entire project. Do you have a question about Army regulation? The planning diagram graphically shows the interrelationship between project activities. The finished activity list is broken down as follows: You have reached the maximum number of selection. Be ffm first to review.
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An important Army management principle states that "continual improvement in sys- tems, methods, and use of resources is re- quired for continuous effectiveness in opera- In most large nontactical Army or- tions. Project management may be de- Specific assignment of tasks and an as- surance that subordinates clearly under - stand the tasks. Adequate allocation of resources. Delegation of authority equal to the level of responsibility. Clear authority relationships.
Unity of command and purpose through- out an organization. Effective and qualified leadership at each echelon. Continuous accountability for use of re- sources and production results. Effective coordination of all individual and group efforts. They do not furnish definite formulas or so- lutions to all management problems, nor are they infallible laws; they are only guide- lines for action. Effective management should encompass-- Clearly defined policies understood by those who are to carry them out.
Subdivision of work, systematically planned and programmed. Although the engineering principles involved are un- changed, in combat area operations the fac- tors of time, personnel, materials, and en- emy action impose a great range of prob- lems. This requires modification of con- struction methods and concentration of ef- fort. Engineers in a TO nor really do not build permanent facilities. The variety of construction in the military, often done on an expedited or "crash" basis, creates challenging management problems.
Standard designs are used, but they must be adapted to each particular site. Management un- der these conditions involves unusual prob- lems. Construction materials are.
Army - fm5 412 - Project Managment
FM 5-412, ARMY FIELD MANUAL: PROJECT MANAGEMENT (13-JUN-1994) [SUPERSEDES FM 5-333]