End Node Diagrams, Making Sense of Schedule Risk Criticality
April 16, 2019
Determining the potential criticality of each activity is a key result from the project schedule’s Monte Carlo simulation. Activity criticality is used to identify the probabilistic critical and near critical-paths. For the past 10 years, Jerry Klanac has successfully used end-node diagrams to graphically convey this information to project stakeholders. Here he illustrates the creation of an end-node diagram in NetPoint as well as further enhancement in NetRisk.
Jerry has significant project management experience on U.S. and international construction projects, especially in the industry sectors of water/wastewater, infrastructure, oil and gas, petrochemical, and pharmaceutical. He has expertise in analyzing and managing cost and schedule risk, providing project cost and schedule controls, developing and analyzing contractor CPM schedule submittals, and providing probabilistic analysis of cost estimates and schedules.