Spider Project


Virtual Masterclasses


Spider Project is a powerful and functional scheduling tool that offers numerous unique functional features and is the only project management software that supports both – Waterfall and Agile deliveries.

It enables resource, cost and material constrained scheduling and budgets optimisation for projects and portfolios.

It includes two methods of risk simulation and is the only tool that accurately simulates project risks considering all existing constraints and potential risk responses.

Is this virtual Masterclass for me?

For effective waterfall and agile integrated project, program, and portfolio management it is critical to have the right tool. Spider Project enables Innovative Scheduling by:

  • Activity Modelling;
  • Resource Modelling
  • Network Modelling and Analysis
  • Cost Management Options
    • Corporate Reference-books
    • Typical Fragment Library
    • Risk Simulation
  • Performance Management
  • Portfolio Management
  • Reporting
  • Effective Usability

If you’d like to learn Spider Project and be able to apply all of the advantages it brings to enable powerful planning and delivery, then this class is for you!

Virtual Masterclass


The key topics covered during this Masterclass:

This course will introduce you to the power and advantages of Spider Project and how these methods are applied to effectively manage and deliver many large scale programs across the globe in various industries: Aerospace, Banking, Construction, Defence, Energy, Engineering, Infrastructure, Manufacturing, Metallurgy, Mining, Oil & Gas, Railways, Retail, Shipbuilding, Software Development, Telecommunications and Utilities.

Schedule Set Up:

1.1 Create a new Project schedule
1.2 Set up Project key settings (codes and calendars)
1.3 Set up Project Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
1.4 Establish Project dependencies (based on time, units and volume of work)
1.5 Schedule Calculation (based on commencement and target completion date)
1.6 Hammock tasks
1.7 Key Milestones and Dashboard
1.8 Network diagram
1.9 Easy navigation tips

Define Task Parameters, Dependencies, Resource Assignments:

2.1 Units and volume of work assignment to task
2.2 Resource assignment based on the resource type, role, skills and productivity
2.3 Assign resources to a crew (multi resource) and crew assignments to tasks
2.4 Schedule calculation based on critical resources productivity assignment
2.5 Resource overload diagram
2.6 Schedule calculation based on resource constraint
2.7 Schedule calculation  based on resource skills, productivity, cost and user defined priorities

Cost Allocation:

3.1 Cost Components (salary, overheads, cost of materials, cost of machines, external services)
3.2 Costs allocation to activities, resources, resource assignments, materials as fixed, per work hour and per work volume units
3.3 Cost Centers (groups of cost components)
3.4 Assign Parallel Costs to the same activities (internal cost, contract cost)
3.5 Calculate Parallel Budgets, simulate financing, apply Cost Discounting, manage Cash Flows and calculate NPVIRR and Payback Periods

Schedule Calculation and Optimisation:

4.1 Schedule calculation based on working time
4.2 Task Dependencies
4.3 Resource Dependencies
4.4 Critical Path Visibility
4.5 DRAG, FLEX, Float, Total Float
4.6 Resource Gantt
4.7 Material Gantt
4.8 Advanced Reporting Overview (Network Diagram, Organizational Charts, Linear Diagrams (Line of Balance Charts), S-Curves, Resource Histograms, Graphs and Histograms for User Defined Fields, etc)


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