- An interesting question is,…how often should you have your progress meetings…once the project is underway?…Normally, projects have a monthly meeting,…but sometimes a weekly meeting to check on progress,…and I think the main thing this depends on…is the overall length of the project.…You need to have at least four progress meetings.…So if it's a 3 month project,…if you have them monthly, it's not going to be enough.…When you have the first meeting,…a third of the project has already gone,…and it's probably going to be already too late…to get things back on track.…
So if it's a 3 month duration of project,…I think you would have a weekly meeting for that,…but if it's a year-long project,…then clearly you'd go monthly.…So length of project is the main factor,…but there are some other things to bear in mind.…One of them is how difficult is the project…and link to that, how competent is the project team?…If it's a fairly easy project,…and the team are highly competent,…then you can probably check on it just monthly.…
- Name two elements that must be clearly identified in order to effectively define quality.
- Recall the purpose of a change request form.
- Explain how to produce a Gantt chart.
- Identify the three elements used to determine total risk.
- List three elements you can manipulate to adjust the schedule of a project.
- Recognize the best time to inform a client that the project will not be completed as scheduled.