the management work product that documents the master schedule of all important planned dates (e.g., milestones) for a single endeavor.
An executive level summary schedule identifying the major components of a project, their sequence and durations. The schedule can be in the form of a network, Milestone Schedule, or bar chart.
A schedule that specifies quantity and type of item to be produced: how, when, and where they should be produced; labor force levels; and inventory.
a high level summary project schedule that identifies major activities and milestones.
summary schedule that identifies major activities and milestone [D00993] WST schedule containing activities and milestone s corresponding to a high level of project control. It is the master reference base for time control and should only be revised under the conditions described in Chapter 17. [D00990] CCCP A summary level schedule which identifies the major activities and key milestone s. See also milestone schedule. [D00991] PMK96 An executive summary-level schedule which identifies the major components of a project, and usually also identifies the major milestone [D00992] PMK87 The highest summary level schedule for a project showing the overall phasing and all major interfaces, key milestone s and significant work element [D02269] 10
The master schedule is a format that includes time periods (dates), the forecast, customer orders, projected available balance, available-to-promise, and the master production schedule. The master schedule takes into account the forecast; the production plan; and other important considerations such as backlog, availability of material, availability of capacity, and management policies and goals. See: master production schedule.