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Microsoft® Office Project 2007 Inside Out by Teresa S. Stover

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Chapter 10. Setting a Baseline and Updating Progress

By now, you’ve completed the planning phase of your project. The scope is set, along with the project goals and objectives. The tasks and deliverables are scheduled. The budget is approved, and you’ve procured the necessary human, equipment, and material resources. Your project plan reflects all these details and has been signed off by upper management or by your customers.

After all this, you’re ready to charge forward with your team and actually start doing the work prescribed by the project. You are now leaving the planning phase and entering the execution phase.

The execution phase consists of four ...

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