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Tracking a Schedule

A schedule is meaningless if it is not followed and tracked. Tasks and milestones defined in a project schedule must be tracked and controlled as project proceeds. Tracking methods include:

  • Periodic project status meetings
  • Evaluating¬† the results of all reviews
  • Determine whether project milestones have been accomplished by the scheduled date
  • Comparing actual start date to planned start date
  • Informal meetings with the practitioners
  • Using earned value analysis
  • Error tracking

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Task Network

Let us now apply the principles studied above to develop a plan for a concept development project.  In this case the potential for new technology or new business idea is explored. Since it is a concept development project, the applicability is not certain but it appears to be useful and hence needs to be explored. Major tasks include: