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The Origins of Hammocks and Ladders

Patrick Weaver goes back in time to explain where these unique techniques for project scheduling originated

21 October 2014 – Dallas, TX, USA – Patrick Weaver has produced some important papers on the history of project scheduling and other aspects of traditional project management. His newest article is no exception. According to Pat’s latest paper, “Hammock and Ladders are activity types that were developed in the period 1961 to 1965. This paper is focused on outlining the development of these useful scheduling assets.” To learn more by reading this new paper by Patrick Weaver, visit his author showcase in the library at and click on the title of the article. Must be a logged in library member to access!