Project Tracking and Reporting

19.1 Introduction

A project execution process is performed to complete the project works as defined in the project management plan. This is because project execution remains ridden with uncertainties and changes in objectives. Setting up a standard process is required over the course of work execution. Such changes require formal approval and documentation. Hence, entailing a formal process for documentation and recording of the work results and changes. Effective tracking of the project activities as well as monitoring and controlling progress are critical for success of any project. Along with this, it is important that the stakeholders are regularly appraised with the progress and issues during the project ...

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