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Using the Microsoft Project file that you updated for Assignment 6, check the schedule for any over-allocated resources. If you have any over-allocated resources, use the resource leveling feature of Microsoft Project to eliminate those over-allocations.After that step, you have completed the fundamental tasks of building the project schedule. You now have an estimated date of completion and cost. You present your project schedule to the project team. Management decides that the project must finish at least 1 week earlier AND you must reduce costs by at least 10%. Using schedule optimization strategies, decide which steps you want to take to accomplish these goals. Update your Microsoft Project Schedule accordingly. Make sure that you don’t create any new over-allocated resources. If you do, address those over-allocations. Chapter 9 of the Ambriz book includes step-by-step instructions for optimizing your project schedule.The .mpp file that you submit should have a completion date at least 1 week earlier and cost 10% less that the schedule that you submitted for Unit 6. Ensure that you have no resource over-allocations.



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