REPORT THE STATUS
Covered in this chapter:
•Reporting the progress of the project
•Planning and leading effective status meetings
•Managing the project using a project status report
Some project managers continually monitor and evaluate a project’s progress, but never formally document the project’s status. In other situations, the project manager may create formal project reports that meet the needs of the organization’s management team, but the reports do not meet the monitor and control needs of the project manager and team members. The result may be that the true project status is in the project manager’s head or in notes on ...