The purpose of the Monitoring and Controlling Process Group is to review project work results and compare them to planned results. A significant variance indicates the need for preventive actions, corrective actions, or change requests. There are 11 processes in the Monitoring and Controlling Process Group:
The intent of the Monitoring and Controlling Process Group is to at least:
Monitoring and controlling takes place throughout the project, from inception to closing. All variances are identified, and all Change Requests are processed here. The product deliverables are also accepted in the monitoring and controlling processes.
The forms used to document these activities include:
The Project Performance Report is filled out by the project manager and submitted on a regular basis to the sponsor, project portfolio management group, ...