Milestones become even more significant when working on a long project because they allow you to assess the project's progress (in terms of scheduling). The next step is to order the jobs or activities that must be accomplished in the project after you have identified which ones must be finished. This can be done using a Project Management Precedence Diagram diagram. A network diagram can be created using the Precedence Diagramming Method. Always construct a network diagram to help you justify the project's length of time. You can use the network diagram to help you set up a network. The E-learning project has four phases, as shown in the network diagram below: a) Phase of analysis and design b) Phase of development c) Phase of implementation d) Phase of estimation Divide your large project into several smaller ones (defining activities). The next stage is to organize those activities. Estimate the project's resources and how long each task will take to finish. Make a time frame for yourself in your schedule. Examine the schedule to see if it is fully aligned with the project's goals.