DG#5- Monitoring and Controlling Projects

DG#5 Monitoring - The analysis of the project performance to determine whether a project change is required is also not available Without

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In your opinion, what would be some of the ramifications if the PM did not monitor and control the project? Hello all, Hope all is well. Have a great 4 th of July celebration!!! MLVTW (Marsha) A project manager is responsible for defining what the project is supposed to accomplish, deciding on how team should do the work, and, making sure that everyone works together toward the common goal of the project. Monitoring and controlling a project requires tracking, reviewing, and regulating the progress of the project in order to meet the performance objectives defined in the project management plan. The primary results from monitoring and controlling a project are the project performance reports and the implementation of any project changes. The ramification of not monitoring and controlling of a project the will no doubt be an unsuccessful project implementation. The project performance information will not be available which will cause the project plan to be useless.
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Unformatted text preview: The analysis of the project performance to determine whether a project change is required is also not available. Without monitoring and controlling, a project will run “amuck” before you know and getting the project back on track will be nearly impossible and very costly! Prepare a Current Period Report. Include any variances that the project encountered. This is also a good place to mention any change requests that have been submitted. Paragraph form with bullets to update your tasks/activities. Using the Office Move project, conduct a Post Implementation Audit and include the following: (YES/NO answers are not acceptable – must be explained) a. Was the project goal achieved b. Was the project work done on time, within budget and according to specification c. Was the client satisfied with the project results d. What lessons were learned about your project management methodology (make assumptions as needed) e. What worked? What didn’t?...
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This note was uploaded on 11/07/2011 for the course BA 645 taught by Professor Dr.morvey during the Summer '11 term at Ohio State.

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DG#5 Monitoring - The analysis of the project performance to determine whether a project change is required is also not available Without

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