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Project Management (a quick tutorial) - - Project Execution

Project Execution

With the project plan the project can be implemented.  The tasks to execute your project:

1. Project Plan:  Implement the Project Plan

    • Filter your schedule for the next 30-60 days and review the key deliverables with your team. 
    • Discuss the near term deliverables, their scope and their due dates.
    • Assign action items and manage action item completion
    • Track progress with the project schedule.
    • Schedule the work effort as required to meet project milestones. 
    • Establish the progress on each active task and the estimated date of completion.
    • Track project expenditures against the budget

2. Project Quality: 

    • Review the project quality. 
    • Document and review all work. 
    • Validate work complies with the quality plan. 
    • Correct the root cause of defects.

3. Staffing:

    •  Review the effectiveness of the project team and it’s leadership

4. Project Progress: 

    • Monitor and Control the project scope, schedule, budget, quality, risk and procurement activities.

5. Project Progress: 

    • Review progress against the Project Plan
    • Summarize the work performed each week
    • Identify the progress against the schedule.  Identify percent complete with all active tasks.
    • Track project costs against the budget

6. Manage Change:

    • Track all scope, schedule and budget changes. 
    • Reach agreement on the changes as required by your team and the project stakeholders.
    • As the project develops and the scope evolves - modify the schedule.  Modify durations, dates, dependencies resource assignments and task based on the project evolution. 
    • Track the schedule progress against the baseline schedule.
    • Revise the plan so it is current.
    • Gain stakeholder buy-in on schedule changes, including the use of buffers.

7. Complete the Project:

    • Review all work efforts and validate all work is complete.
    • Review the completed work with the project stakeholders


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