Scheduling technique where a specific project completion date, possibly years in the future, must be met. From that future date back to current time, the steps and the durations needed are calculated and posted. Best example is a manufacturer seeking to be first in a new market niche by a certain date, maps out steps schedule, and resource needed to achieve that date.
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