Tracking Actual Project Progress in Project 2013
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Tracking compares what actually happens during your project against what was planned.
Protect your well-planned project from becoming a disaster!
Thorough project planning is essential, however, keeping your project on track is critical and often more challenging.
After planning, reality sets in, bringing likely risks, delays, and budget blow-outs. To effectively manage a project, you must regularly monitor actual project progress against your planned schedule and make adjustments where necessary. Commercially this is vital as most projects will have an approved budget, duration, and quality standards.
A project manager is responsible to ensure compliance with the plan, budgets, standards, and delivery dates.
- Understand baseline and interim plans
- Save your first and subsequent baseline plans
- Set an interim baseline plan
- View project baseline information
- Compare baseline and scheduled information
- Track and Update Tasks Effectively
- Update tasks as % complete or on track
- Update your project to a specific date
- Use the Update Task form
Who Should Attend
Anyone seeking to significantly boost profits, competitive advantage, productivity, job satisfaction, and effective use of their technology.
Why Should You Attend
- Boost profit, efficiency, and productivity
- Achieve more in less time with higher quality results
- Improve job satisfaction, team performance, and professionalism