Project Management Tips: 6 Types of Information You Should Track For a Project





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Published on Aug 6, 2017

PROJECT MANAGERS: Learn about 6 types of information that you should track for every project, regardless of size or complexity, enabling you to have a clear understanding of project deliverables, deal with fewer scheduling conflicts and work gaps, keep better track of project deliverables and work, identify and resolve Issues quickly, and deliver end product that meets customer expectations.


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When running a project, especially a large or complex project, there can be several conditions that cause problems for the Project Manager to deal with:

* Many participants with different backgrounds and motives
* Several concurrent activities
* Several issues that arise
* Several decisions that are required
* Lack of overall organization

When these conditions exist on a project, they can cause several problems such as:

* Misunderstood project deliverables
* Project scheduling conflicts or work gaps
* Missed important project deliverables or work
* Lingering project issues
* End product delivery that doesn't match the customer's expectations

As a Project Manager, it's your responsibility to be extremely organized, be detail-oriented, and coordinate the many "moving parts" of the project. For best results, carefully track these 6 types of information for every project:

* Scope / Charter / SoW
* WBS and Project Schedule
* Design Documents
* Change Requests
* Issues and Risks
* Sign-Offs

If you track these six types of information for every project, then you should be able to:

* Have a clear understanding of project deliverables
* Deal with fewer scheduling conflicts and work gaps
* Keep better track of project deliverables and work
* Identify and resolve Issues quickly
* Deliver end product that meets customer expectations


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