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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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Implement Recommendations and Follow Up

Document the review. Summarize the meeting and distribute a report, generally to the same people who receive your project status reports. Replace any project plans and documents that are updated, and archive all older versions, marking them as obsolete.

Implement recommendations that you have authority to make. For project changes, use your change control process, and make approved changes as soon as practical. If major changes are needed, use your data to negotiate project changes and for revised project baseline setting.

After the review, prepare a presentation to summarize the project’s progress to date, and your plans going forward. Invite stakeholders and people from related projects to attend. Accentuate ...

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