Chapter 12. Tracking Progress on Tasks and Assignments

Chapter at a Glance

Tracking Progress on Tasks and Assignments

In this chapter, you will learn how to:

Update a previously saved baseline plan.

Record actual work for tasks and assignments.

Record actual work by time period.

Interrupt work on a task and specify the date on which the task should start again.

Building, verifying, and communicating a sound project plan might take much or even most of your time as a project manager. However, planning is only the first phase of managing your projects. After the planning is completed, the implementation of the project starts—carrying out the plan that was previously developed. Ideally, projects ...

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