What is a Project Schedule in Project Management?
A project schedule indicates what needs to be done, which resources must be utilized, and when the project is due. It's a timetable that outlines start and end dates and milestones that must be met for the project to be completed on time. The project schedule is often used in conjunction with a work breakdown structure (WBS) to distribute work among team members. The project schedule should be updated regularly to gain a better understanding of the project's status.
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