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control efficiency

Why project control works so well for some projects and fails so miserably for others

Controlling the performance of a project in progress is key to the success or failure of a project. It requires a set of metrics to measure the current progress and to forecast the future expected project behavior such that the project manager is able to timely detect project problems and take corrective actions to bring the project back on track. In order to be able to take high quality corrective actions, the project manager should set action thresholds that act as triggers to take these actions, which can be done in two ways:

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