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Assigning resources with effort-driven and non-effort-driven scheduling

Assigning resources with effort-driven and non-effort-driven scheduling: Microsoft Project 2013 Essential Training
Assigning resources with effort-driven and non-effort-driven scheduling: Microsoft Project 2013 Essential Training

Effort-driven tasks are those that get done faster when you add more people to the task (effort). Non-effort-driven tasks are those that will take the same amount of time, no matter how many resources you add (e.g., a meeting). This tutorial shows how assigning resources with effort-driven or non-effort-driven scheduling changes the way that Microsoft Office Project calculates your schedule.

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