2nd July, 2015
For the above-mentioned question, CMMI Consultants may take inputs from the following inputs.
PMC or Project Monitoring and Control is one of the important CMMI Process Areas (CMMI PAs) Once the project is started it is important to monitor the same regularly to ensure the effectiveness and the performance of project. Project Monitoring supports the project planning and schedule process in evaluating the performance of project, report to relevant stakeholders and take necessary actions in case of any deviation.
The Project Management Plan (PMP) and the Project Schedule are the input for Project Monitoring and Control.
Following tasks are performed for Project Monitoring and Status Reporting by the Project Manager:
Project Manager conducts the Meetings with the Team Members and relevant stakeholders (i.e., Client, Management, Suppliers, etc.) as per the frequency defined in the Project Management Plan. Prepare minutes of meeting which cover the progress of the project, issue, risks and status of assignment of tasks. Frequencies of meeting and status reporting may be Weekly, Fortnightly, Monthly and/or Milestone based.
PM decides the status reporting frequency at the planning phase. Status Reports are shared with the relevant stakeholders on the decided frequency. Risks, Issues and Action Items, progress, measurement performance are covered in the status reports.
Outputs are created during the implementation of Project Monitoring:
The above is not an exhaustive coverage of the Project Monitoring and Control (PMC), CMMI Process Areas but is substantive enough to create a good foundation of the project monitoring and execution process in an organization.
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