Join Claudine Peet for an in-depth discussion in this video Control, part of Learning PRINCE2.
- Every project needs to be monitored and controlled.…If we did not know where we were and what we had achieved…we would not know whether were progressing as planned,…and therefore, if the project was justified or not.…The Control Theme addresses how this will happen…by defining the reporting and monitoring arrangements,…defining the tolerances for the project,…and also defining where the stages will be…so that key decisions can be made…at appropriate points in time in the project.…So first, let's take a look at the…Monitoring and Reporting arrangements.…
You will need to first identify how often…you need to monitor the progress of your project.…For some people, this may be daily.…For others, it may be weekly.…Either way, it's important to identify how frequently…you'll check on the actual progress…of the work against the estimated plan.…Then you can have a look at how frequently…you will provide this progress information…to the project board and stakeholders…and, of course, in what format you'll provide it.…
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- Tailoring PRINCE2 for your projects
- Understanding the themes: quality, risk, change, and more
- Initiating a project
- Managing stages
- Delivering a product
- Closing a project