MONITOR AND CONTROL PROGRESS
Covered in this chapter:
•Updating the schedule and budget with actual data
•Reviewing and evaluating schedule and cost variances
•Monitoring potential project risks
•Performing quality reviews as deliverables are completed
•Halting, revamping, or canceling a project
A project manager and sponsor can agree that the scope, schedule, and budget require monitoring and that delivering a quality product or service is a top project priority, but how do they determine what needs to be monitored and controlled or how much administrative time should be spent capturing time and expenses? If an organization is ...