Ongoing management of the project plan
Produced in partnership with Paul Gilbert and Lawrence Smith of LBC Wise Counsel

The following In-house Advisor practice note produced in partnership with Paul Gilbert and Lawrence Smith of LBC Wise Counsel provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • Ongoing management of the project plan

Ongoing management of the project plan

  1. Control the project. A plan is of minimal use if nobody checks that the project is progressing as intended. In order to keep control of a project, there is a need to manage issues arising and continually compare actual activity and dates with those planned.

    Controlling a project effectively means that it is completed on planned end date, within budget, to the required levels of quality—ie the three elements of time, cost and quality have

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