Periodically review the projectís progress,
performance, and issues.
A ďprojectís progressĒ is the projectís status
as viewed at a particular time when the project activities performed so
far and their results and impacts are reviewed with relevant stakeholders
(especially project representatives and project management) to determine
whether there are significant issues or performance shortfalls that must
Progress reviews are project reviews to keep
stakeholders informed. These project reviews can be informal and may not
be specified explicitly in project plans.
- Documented project review
- Regularly communicate status on assigned
activities and work products to relevant
staff members, customers, end users, suppliers, and other relevant
stakeholders are included in reviews as appropriate.
- Review the results of collecting and
analyzing measures for controlling the project.
The measurements reviewed include those
collected for service parameter measures identified in project planning
(e.g., availability, number of users) and may include those collected
for measures of customer satisfaction.
Refer to the Measurement and Analysis
process area for more information about aligning measurement and
analysis activities and providing measurement
- Identify and document significant issues and
deviations from the plan.
- Document change requests and problems
identified in work products and processes.
Refer to the Configuration Management
process area for more information about tracking and controlling
- Document the results of
- Track change requests and problem reports to