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Transcript of Performance Reporting
Performance Reporting is an important activity in Project Communication Management.
Status Review Meeting
good way to highlight information provided in project documents, empower people to be accountable for their work and have a face-to-face discussions about important project issues.
Main Outputs of Administrative Closure
Consists of verifying and documenting project results
Performance Reports are comparisons of project performance to the project performance baseline.
describes where the project stands at a specific point in time in terms of meeting scope, time and costs.
describe what the project team has accomplished during a certain period of time.
predicts future project status and progress based on past information and trends
used by many program and project managers to exchange important project information and motivate people to make progress on their parts of the project.
sometimes become battlegrounds where conflicts between different parties come to a head.
formalizes sponsor or customer acceptance of the project's products.
allows time to collect project records, ensure those records reflect final specifications, analyze project effectiveness, and archive information for future use.
include a complete set of organized project records that provide an accurate history of the project.
documentation that the project's sponsor or customer signs to show they have accepted the products of the project.
reflective statements written by project managers and their team members.
Performance Reporting are typically done in tabular or graphical formats. These reports can be a text based, visual based or more usually a combination of both.
The various formats that these reports can took over are Bar charts, S-curves, Histograms and Tables.