ITEC 630 Information Systems Analysis, Modeling, and Design Lecture Notes Tracking progress in Project Created by Daniel Le Revised by Daniel Le 08/02/2016
Learning objectives 1. Learn how to track progress once a project starts. 2. Learn how to mark tasks complete 3. Generate reports showing what’s on time and what’s not. 4. Introduce two key concepts: critical tasks and baselines.
Overview When actual work begins, you will need to track the project progress and this “Tracking progress in Project” video presents means to track project details (actuals) such as who did what work, when the work was done, and at what cost. Tracking actuals will help the project managers manage well their projects and take actions to correct problems, if necessary.
YouTube Video Office 15-Minute Webinar:
To Do List • Open the “03.MSP.2013.mpp” project file and save it as “04.MSP.2013.mpp” • Follow step-by-step instructions in the video “Office 15-Minute Webinar: Tracking progress in Project” to modify and then save the project file “04.MSP.2013.mpp” • Submit the “04.MSP.2013.mpp” project file in the Microsoft Project folder for credit