Control

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Control should:

  • review performance against baselines;
  • evaluate the effect of actual performance on future plans;
  • take action as required to achieve planning targets or agree revised targets.
Indicators Level 2 attributes

 

All functions of a project, programme or portfolio must be controlled. The key difference between level 2 and level 3 capability is the degree to which data from the functions is combined to provide a more integrated approach.

Monitor performance

Performance of key delivery functions is monitored (e.g. delivery schedule, scope and cost).

Reports are prepared and communicated to relevant members of the management team.

Assess performance

Performance is assessed on a function by function basis (e.g. Gantt based slip charts for schedule impact).

Corrective action

Corrective action is taken on a function by function basis with escalation being ad-hoc.

 

Indicators

Level 3 attributes

Monitor performance

Performance of all delivery functions is monitored (e.g. communications, consideration of change requests etc.).

Integrated reports are prepared and communicated to relevant members of the management team.

Assess performance

Performance is assessed on an integrated basis (e.g. earned value analysis combining schedule and cost).

Corrective action

Corrective action is taken on an integrated basis with escalation being based on tolerances and clear escalation procedures.

Exception plans are formally assessed and authorised or the work terminated.

 

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