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Project Health Checklist


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Project Health Checklist The main idea of this Project Health Checklist is to outline common steps to setting up a framework that provides independent assessment of project processes and procedures. The checklist will be helpful for people involved in planning and managing business projects.

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Project Review Process.

  • Methodology: Set up a methodology that defines the basic steps of reviewing your progress.
  • Assignment: Assign a review officer who will be in charge of managing your project health.
  • Indicators: Identify a set of indicators that will show project performance.
  • Reports: Schedule periodicity of submitting reports and updates to senior management of your project.

Strategic Alignment.

  • Project Plan: Review the project plan & schedule to ensure that all the scheduled activities and major deliverables are properly set, so implementation of the project will contribute to addressing the business need.
  • Business Case: Make sure that your project is justified through the business case; business requirements are appropriately identified; critical success factor are agreed.
  • Customer Involvement: Check if the customer of your project is active and involved in implementing the project; sufficient customer involvement contributes to more accurate realization of business requirements.
  • Control: Make sure that your project is controlled regularly throughout the project lifecycle, so main project stages are reviewed, status updates are monitored, and reports are received by senior management.
  • Impacts & Benefits: Make sure that plans for accommodating transitional changes (impacts) are in place. The benefits to be produced by the project are measured and compared against the expectations.


  • Human Resources: The right people working on your project are available.
  • Finances: Adequate financial resources have been allocated and right resource prioritization and commitments have been set.
  • Time: The time required for delivering your project has been allocated according to the project schedule.
  • Resource Performance: Internal performance and external performance of the resources are monitored proactively throughout the project development and implementation.
  • IT and Technologies: IT resources and technologies have been employed and provided for the project.


  • Communications Plan: Review your project communications plan and make sure that it helps promote realistic expectations and maintain major communications events.
  • Communications Channels: Existing communications channels allow decision makers to identify risks, state problems, share information, and implement solutions.
  • Stakeholders: Make sure that key stakeholders of your project are informed of the latest indicators (e.g. deliverables achievement status, overall project progress, working hours available vs. project hours planned, etc.)
  • Team Collaboration: Your team has access to necessary systems and technologies that establish and maintain effective communications and collaboration within the project.
  • Dashboard: Senior management of the project uses a tool (software) that allows reviewing major indicators and metrics of project performance.


  • Quality Management Plan: Your project quality management plan has been agreed and implemented. The plan identifies metrics for quality assurance and control.
  • Quality Improvements: Measures to improve project quality have been identified.
  • Changes: Any modifications and changes made to the project are managed so project quality is maintained at the appropriate level.
  • Risks: Mitigation strategies and contingency plans are available and ready for use in case of necessity (risk occurrence). A checklist for risk management is followed.

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