Schedule updating process
Typically, correcting OOS logic for driving activities on the Critical Path will shorten the Remaining Duration of the Project Schedule.
Please see the previous post, Schedule Performance Measurement, Part 3. I then check for changes to Activity and Relationship Calendars and Calendar assignments.For example, if activity A drives activity B with an FS Relationship and Activity A is assigned an Actual Start Date with a projected scheduled Finish Date and activity B is assigned an Actual Start Date, activity A will show up on the Schedule Log as having OOS Logic because activity A does not have an Actual Finish Date prior to activity B actually starting. If activity A has not actually started and activity B is assigned an Actual Start Date, then more work must be done to correct the OOS logic.