7 how could you measure the progress of your project

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may occur, plus identifying and monitoring pressures that could influence directly in my scope. 7.-How Could you measure the progress of your project against your plan? I would measure my project collecting and reporting as much as I can of every trip I intend to do, this will involve studying the processes of my project using quantifiable indicators that will help achieving my desire objectives, this should improve the areas were my project needs to be controlled or any issue presented, these ones will be, get to know as many touristic places in every country as I can, try every food that I desire (even if I don’t like it), all for the purpose of the customs, finally analyse all the key information that I need o intend to do in every country so the custom as the best view of it. 8.- How could you measure the outcomes of your project against your plan? I will measure my outcomes by using tools and techniques in terms of time and all the resources I need, for example do as much as possible in every country that I travel in the less amount of time with the intention to spend the less money per trip, for this I will need a lot of resources like, good planning, budget, scheduling, etc.., for satisfactory performance I must focus my attention on what is important for the project to succeed and make happy the customers. 9.- Describe your methods for segmenting and documenting a work breakdown structure
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For my project, I will separate my project in smaller components, for example provide a detailed estimation of the cost, budget, scheduling, etc, all this will help me by demonstrating how they relate to the whole project, this will make me take a decision wisely and effective, the best way to do this I think is by a flowchart, this will have: -Budgeting: In my Project is one of the most important resources, because without it I can’t do anything, and my trip will depend on How much my budget is, what can I do, etc. -Scheduling: Very important also, because I should plan the best trip in the less amount of time, doing as most as I can -Quality Assurance: Very important also to assure you live the best experience wherever you go, so the quality must be part of it. -Risk Management: Finally, not less important is the Risk of how I manage every trip, because a bad plan could bring the whole project down, I should be aware of every possible risk that can happen to the customer in the different countries. 10.- Outline the procedures for reporting Scope Change The outlines should be first, to have planned any changes that may occur or come across with, for this you should have change control processes, these changes should follow a sequence (Record, assess, Plan, Build and Test, Implement, Gain Acceptance.
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