Key Success Factor Analysis in Application of Manual Pert Method in Rail Road Construction
Keywords:PERT, M- Pert, Rail Road Construction
Project success is the ultimate goal of every project. The difference in critical success factors for a project is because each project has different factors of influence. Therefore, each party involved must have a certain strategy for the success of the project, namely by knowing the factors that most influence the success (success) of the construction implementation.
Methodology This research was conducted using a qualitative descriptive research method by explaining variables and processing the data at the stage of identification and factor analysis. Distributed to 40 respondents who are involved in railroad works. The purpose of this study is to describe a number of variables with respect to the problem and the unit studied between the problems being tested, and to determine the success factors.
Distributed to 40 respondents who are involved in railroad works. The purpose of this study is to describe a number of variables with respect to the problem and the unit studied between the problems being tested, and to determine the success factors. And the manual method pert (X2) with 14 factors consists of the distribution of activity duration, the effect of activity duration, the work must be faster, the possibility of sharing activity duration, scheduling arrangements, the final goal of project scheduling, scheduling activities that can be completed on time, break down or start. Project into activities, determine the estimated network time, network diagrams are drawn, can combine project activities, calculations can be developed manually, a higher similarity in the scheduled network, the resulting tool is accurate but not complicated. These factors, namely the Implementation Method (X1) and the Manual Method Pert (X2) affect the time dependent variable (Y1).
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