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Project Review Checklist


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Project Review Checklist Understanding the process of project reviewing and following it are required for monitoring your project and tracking its activities and progress. You can use Project Review Checklist to find out how to review your project.

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 Project Planning Review.

  • Your project has a formal project plan document approved and signed by the project manager.
  • The next key elements of the project plan are described in clear, unambiguous terms:
    • Definition
    • Goals and Objectives
    • Scope and Deliverables
    • Cost-Benefit Analysis
    • Staffing Requirements, System Requirements and Functional Requirements
    • Major Phases and Project Timeline
    • Risks and Contingency Plan
    • Critical Success Criteria
  • A formal project schedule is established and approved by the project manager. It is shared with the project team and other stakeholders.
  • The project schedule reflects time & date characteristics for activities and tasks listed in project work decomposition.
  • Each task has a specific due date. Individual tasks and jobs within the project work have reasonable durations.
  • Interdependencies within tasks are adequately identified.
  • All stakeholders of your project are identified and a formal stakeholder management plan is developed and approved.
  • All necessary approvals from stakeholders and work groups are obtained.
  • Every stakeholder involved in your project is committed to the project and understands his/her role within it.
  • All communications between stakeholders are made according to a formal communications plan approved and signed by the project manager.
  • A project organizational policy as well as project management standards and procedures are established and identified.
  • An approach and strategy for developing the project are defined and accepted by appropriate stakeholders.
  • Critical Path or equivalent methodology is used to estimate the minimum time required to complete the project.
  • Estimates of funding and staffing resources are available for use during the process.
  • Funding and staffing resources are provided, so the project can be started.
  • Steering Committee is formed and its members are in place.
  • Steering Committee has assigned a group which will supervise project management activities.

Project Management Review.

  • Your project team is assembled and its members are ready to carry out their duties and responsibilities.
  • Members of your team follow their roles and do tasks according to their responsibilities identified in a detailed project plan for the next 4-6 weeks.
  • A structured approach used to break the project work effort down into manageable components is implemented, so individual tasks as well as team to-do lists are developed and assigned to members of the team.
  • Milestones for deliverable monitoring and purpose are effectively tracked and compared to the project plan.
  • Target dates for each milestone are followed.
  • The project proceeds in accordance with the original project schedule. If any deviations occur, appropriate changes are made according to a change management plan.
  • A set of techniques is defined to compare both scheduled and unscheduled activities to the baseline.
  • Project risks are managed according to a risk management plan. A contingency plan is used if required.
  • A mechanism of feedback is used for better work tracking and estimating.

Project Status Reporting.

  • Status of your project is reviewed by senior management at appropriate intervals.
  • A general form is accepted by senior management of the project.
  • A report is used to track the following information:
    • Overall project progress
    • Project performance (achievements & milestones)
    • Current challenges
    • Potential risks
    • Available resources
    • Cost & time performance against planned values
    • Quality metrics
    • Client involvement
  • Regular meetings are held to coordinate the project and discuss its status.

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