Learn how to monitor incremental progress in Primavera

Financial Periods are an important aspect of “Monitoring and Control” in Primavera. They help us in keeping a check on the incremental performance of our project by storing Performance Data in pre-defined periods. Let’s go through the steps on how to setup Financial Periods for use in our project; Assumptions: Project network has been created […]

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Apply Actuals

Apply Actuals In my last blog post we talked about updating individual activities by using Expected Finish Constraint. If you want to update a group of activities based on a particular date then you can also use “Apply Actuals” options and update these activities. Prerequisites to using Apply Actuals;

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Expected Finish

A lot of people have asked questions in forums on how to auto update activities when they know the confirmed finish date of the activity. We can use Expected Finish option to auto update activities in such cases. Expected Finish date on an activity acts as a constraint and it should be enabled in scheduling […]

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Managing “Manager Hours” on Projects

Managing “Manager Hours” on Projects While monitoring our projects we have come across activities where Project Manager hours are to be monitored across them. The problem comes when we have to distribute those hours across these activities. Do we individually assign the manager hours across each activity by dividing the number of hours he/she is […]

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