Master scheduling is the summary of all the activities, deliverables, and milestones within a project.
It reflects planned start and finish dates, actual dates, durations, and resource assignees to each activity.
Effective project scheduling defines quality and is a critical component of successful time management.
The focus of project co-ordination is supporting the program manager and the wider project team in delivering the business case including the project objectives.
Project co-ordination roles and responsibilities vary depending on the size of the organisation and the industry within which it operates.
Administrative controls (also called procedural controls) consist of approved written policies, procedures, standards, and guidelines.
Administrative controls form the framework for running the business and managing people. They inform staff members how the business is to be run over the long term and how day-to-day operations are to be conducted ensuring the business operates efficiently.
This is an important step in successfully completing projects within the project management and project quality assurance process.
Reporting frameworks ensure reporting meets a high set of standards and that there is a robust, efficient process to consolidate data to produce accurate, professional management reports.
The framework also includes the tools and processes that define and support the complete reporting process.
Common reports include project status reports highlighting areas of concern and management reports where consolidated data is used to populate an overall summary.
RAID management is used to identifying key project risks (R), assumptions (A), issues (I), and dependencies (D).
Project teams complete an initial analysis at the beginning of the project and then monitor and track the issues.
Each item can be rated based on a variety of impacts allowing the project team to focus on what’s most important.
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