Development Cooperation Handbook/Designing and Executing Projects/Project Execution and Control/Manage Project Execution

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Manage Project Execution

Project Execution is typically the part of the lifecycle of a project when the majority of the actual work to produce the product is performed and the majority of the Project Budget is expended. The purpose of Manage Project Execution is to manage every aspect of the Project Plan as work is being done to make certain the project is a success. This process is performed concurrently with the Manage CSSQ (Cost, Scope, Schedule, and Quality) and Monitor and Control Risks processes. The tasks in this process are performed concurrently and repeatedly as various aspects of the product of the project are constructed, tested, and accepted.

The tasks to Manage Project Execution are:

Tools[edit | edit source]

Templates[edit | edit source]

Swiss sknife.png Tasks implementation report form
Swiss sknife.png Template - Project Status Snapshot
Swiss sknife.png Template - Project status summary
Swiss sknife.png Template - Project Status Report

Checklists[edit | edit source]

Swiss sknife.png What to do in order to obtain information about a project
Swiss sknife.png What to ask in order to obtain information about a project
Swiss sknife.png What to say in order to provide information about a project

Guidelines[edit | edit source]

Swiss sknife.png Guideline: how to report project performance
Swiss sknife.png How team members can improve overall project communication
Swiss sknife.png How to built the trust and provide solid support for your reports

See also[edit | edit source]

Ezra Cornell's first book.jpg Project information distribution