Project Control is a formal process in project management. In most respects, there is not a lot of room for creativity in the Control Phase of project management. The PMBOK® makes several recommendations on project control that are referenced in this section. All control processes outlined in this section are applicable to the DIS Project Management Methodology.
Project Control has a direct correlation to project progress and stake-holder's expectations. Projects rarely fail because of one issue. Rather, failure is usually a collection of minor items that individually have negative impact in a specific project area; however, when looked at over the life span of a project, these minor items can cause significant impacts to cost, schedule, risk, and can manifest themselves as deviations from the original Project Plan. In the other subsections of the Control Phase, the basic concepts of control related to scope, change, schedule, cost, risk, and contract administration will be reviewed.
There are two types of tools or project management metrics for measuring / controlling the work progress of individual work packages or of a whole sub-project or project. Our presentation includes milestone trend analysis and earned value analysis (earned value management) using indices such as cost performance index, schedule performance index, cost variance, and schedule variance.
Number of Pages of Project Report: 57
Package Includes: Synopsis/Project Proposal + Project Report
Project Format: Document (.doc)
Table of Contents of Project Report:
CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION
CHAPTER 2: COMPANY PROFILE
CHAPTER 3: LITERATURE REVIEW
CHAPTER 4: RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
SCOPE OF THE STUDY
RATIONALE OF THE STUDY
NEED OF THE STUDY
STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY
TOOLS OF ANALYSIS
CHAPTER 5: DATA ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION
LIMITATIONS OF THE STUDY
FUTURE DIRECTIONS FOR FURTHER RESEARCH