For every project there are three constraints of Scope, Time and Cost which determine the project baseline. The baseline is used as a performance measure to analyze and approve/reject changes or deviations to the project… In this article I’m going to describe what project baseline means and will also give an example of how to manage the baseline.
Project control is a series of processes and steps that a project manager in cooperation with other management staff carries out to control the project in terms of progress, quality, changes, products, commitments and other critical concerns. The ultimate purpose of project control is to manage project work during each stage of the implementation lifecycle and to prepare the project for the next stage. In this article you will find out how to control a project in 5 steps.
Without a flexible governance structure most projects are likely to fail with achieving a successful outcome. A governance structure is the framework for resolving issues and managing problems that arise during the project life cycle, and for considering recommendations on planning project deliverables. The Steering Committee is an element of the structure. In this article we will review what a sample project governance structure means and what the Steering Committee is