Project Management – Sequence Activities Process
By Marc Derendinger, Northwest University
The sequence activities process takes all the activities you defined in the Define Activities process and orders them by precedence. You are creating a map or diagram that illustrates the relationship between these activities and identifying the order in which they need to be done. It is important to note that you are not creating the schedule itself during this process, and therefore do not assign any start or finish dates to these activities.
Your inputs for this process include: activity list, activity attributes, milestone list, project scope statement and organizational process assets. Your activity list contains your schedule activities and needs to be arranged into the order they should be performed for your diagram. Your activity attributes provides additional insight into which activities need to be performed before others. Your milestone list provides you with key milestones that might influence the order of your activities. Read the Complete Article