Lessons Learned: the Multi-Project Scheduling of Network Development for Local District Office using Critical Chain Method in Bojonegoro

Authors : Feri Hidayatullah Firmansyah , Bambang Syairudin

Volume/Issue : Volume 3 - 2018, Issue 1 - January

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Bojonegoro was chosen to represent Indonesia as Open Government Partnership (OGP) piloting area. To realize the program, Bojonegoro had created one of the OGP programs, the installation of network devices in the district and village areas. The project was implemented for 70 days, but there were some problems in work process. The projects gained obstruction such as limited time, resources, and uncertain models. Using the critical chain project management (CCPM) method, this research discovered the right model for point-to-point (P2P) project in a central tower as the meeting point of a wide area network (WAN). The researcher compiled two models for the model of P2P project development namely single-line activity, and multi-ring activity. Data was processed based on the results document and the results of interviews from several sources where it contains scheduling, type of transmitter, and the required resources. From the result and discuss finding, the right model used for the P2P project was multi-ring use which in terms of duration there was a buffer time difference of 11 days so that it takes 59 days while single-line takes 62 days from the time prediction for 70 days. And then in terms of resource note that the value of fluctuation for multi-ring is lower so that with this model the necessary resources can work quickly compared with the model of single-line activity.

Keywords : Lessons Learned, Multi-Project Scheduling, Critical Chain Project Management.


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