What are the ten things you need to stay on top of, to maintain the correct rhythm of your Project's heartbeat, during the Delivery Stage of your Project? The following activities will teach you how to stay in control of your project utilizing the ten most important Delivery Stage activities for a Project Manager, and how to produce traffic light, or RAG reports. RAG reporting is widely used by project managers and it stands for Red Amber Green.
The activities below will explain what it takes to monitor progress. One article below details 5 things you need to know to monitor progress, and they include: Noting the percentage completed, Maintaining baseline dates, Keeping an eye on the quality, Knowing your budget, and Managing external dependencies.
Elizabeth Harrin gives a good introductory guide to Project Performance Metrics in the article below.
These activities explain: ‘What is Earned Value Management?' In the primer below you will learn: Why do we Need Earned Value? Or, what’s wrong with measuring schedule and budget separately? What is Earned Value Management? How to Measure Performance with Earned Value. How to Forecast with Earned Value. We can’t know what the future holds. How to Carry out Earned Value Management. What’s Wrong with Earned Value? And a Summary of Earned Value Analysis Formulas.
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