6th August, 2013
The purpose of Project Monitoring and Control (PMC) is to ensure that the project progresses as per the planned activities. Project Monitoring and Control (PMC) helps in developing the understanding on the project progress that help in taking the appropriate actions in order to control the deviation from plans.
Project Monitoring and Control (PMC) process area is available at CMMI Maturity Level 2 under the Project Management category.
Steps for implementing Project Monitoring and Control (PMC) in projects are as follows:
Source: CMMI-DEV Model, CMMI Institute.
Interpretation by the author.
Project Monitoring and Control (PMC) when conducted in the projects has following benefits:
DQS India, CMMI Authorised Partner, provides Project Management training for better project planning and project monitoring and control in the project. Training is divided into four parts – project initiation, project planning, project monitoring and control, project closure.
Training covers best practices to be followed for each phase of the project management. Training is delivered through highly qualified and experienced CMMI Authorised Trainer and CMMI Consultants.
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