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The Project Management Tool Kit: 100 Tips and Techniques for Getting the Job Done Right by Tom Kendrick

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Review and Update Goals

Prior to the follow-up meeting, prepare to review progress on the list of goals. Assemble data from status collection and if necessary, prepare a list of potential new goals to replace those that have been completed.

Begin the meeting by discussing finished work and goals showing satisfactory progress. Recognize good performance and thank the contributor for any goals completed. Consider rewards and recognition for completion of significant accomplishments.

Use plan variance analysis to identify any unmet goals or any project work that is falling behind schedule. Use the follow-up meeting to confront each performance problem, and determine whether it is best to adjust the goal, replace it, or drop it.

Discuss any proposed ...

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