Task Splitting is normally switched on in Microsoft Project and users end up with splits at the start of a task which is quite difficult to sort out. If you wish to understand how Task Splitting in Microsoft Project works then this article is an extract from the books written by Paul Harris, click on this link>>>.
A properly updated a schedule is very important if you wish to manage a project or substantiate delays with the schedule. It is very simple to update a Microsoft Project schedule incorrectly and end up with completed work in the future or incomplete work in the past, both of which are totally illogical. Download this article, which is an extract from my book Planning and Control Using Microsoft Project 2013, 2016 & 2019, that explains how a program is properly in Microsoft Project by clicking on this link>>>
Some scheduling products like Powerproject allow Multiple Code Values to be assigned to an activity. This is useful for example when you have two people responsible for an activity but in P6 you may only assign one person who would be represented as a single code value. If you wish to know some workarounds to this issue then click on this link>>>.
Many civil construction companies use P6 as their primary scheduling software and they run into a number of issues when trying to model earthmoving operations with P6.
This paper looks at the issues of using P6 resources for mobile equipment and/or earthworks quantities and suggests some possible solutions, click on this link>>>.