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The purpose of this paper is to examine CII RT 362's proposed definition of collaborative scheduling, A comprehensive process that aligns and engages stakeholders throughout the lifecycle of the project in order to coordinate activities and resources on a project and achieve its goal. This will be achieved through a literature review of its key aspects of alignment, engagement, lifecycle, coordination, and goals to see if the definition is valid. Additionally, it will then be used to evaluate the scheduling methods of Critical Path Method, Line of Balance Method, Scrum, and Last Planner System for which is the most collaborative. Finally a review of available software support for each method is provided to inform readers of digital support for each method is provided to inform readers of digital support available in the hopes that it will further the collaborative process. According to the analysis performed, the methods, from most to least collaborative are the Last Planner System, Scrum, Line of Balance, and the Critical Path Method. The paper advances the field by scrutinizing a proposed definition, evevaluating existing methods within that term and then linking sofwware support to those systems.
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