Project controls are the data gathering, management and analytical processes used to predict, understand and constructively influence the time and cost outcomes of a project or program through the communication of information in formats that assist effective governance and management decision making.
This section provides access to a range of useful project controls resources.
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Schedule risk assessment and management; every schedule has a degree of risk associated with it which requires the assessment and allowance of an appropriate contingency. These tools are designed to help manage schedule risk. Visit the page.
Schedule quality is one of the foundations of successful project management, but the subjective view of someone in the project team of what the ‘right’ schedule looks like and whether a particular schedule is good enough is generally not sufficient. There are better options outlined on this page.
A brief overview of schedule delay and disruption - visit the page.
Our 1 and 2-day in-house workshops focused on scheduling and project controls.
See more on our workshop options.