Posted by Claudia Moser on 6:36 AM in
1. Auxiliary, explanatory, or supplemental document that forms part of a principal document, such as a list of individual items (with their descriptions and values) covered by an insurance policy, or a depreciation schedule that provides supporting details to a financial statement.

2. Timetable for a program or project showing how activities and milestone events are sequenced and phased over the allotted period.

3. Written or printed catalog or list of charges, items, prices, etc., arranged or organized in alphabetical, chronological, magnitudinal, or any other classification or order.

To which word does this refer to? Well to schedule for sure, the constant pressure in one's project implementation. You always plan ahead, you are carefully setting up the framework, divide tasks, assign activities, but still as Fred Brooks said it:

How does a project get to be a year behind schedule? One day at a time.

But without this main limitation will projects be so attractive, so challenging? I guess not, so my motto is relax, tomorrow will be better and if not there is always plan B :)



You've certainly got the right attitude there, Claudia. Relax, and, as you say, if it doesn't work out, jump to Plan B!

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