In my experience, success or failure of a project depends on the changes that occur after it begins. So, having a clear process is the best way to ensure that the relevant details like how much it will cost, why it is necessary, and the impact of the change on the overall project. Also, if this is followed it will be very effective in auditing performance during or after project completion.
What are your thoughts on this? Saving Changes...
At my PM team we are audited by the Governance Manager who mainly checks if all the documentation was gathered timely, if all formals approvals are available, etc... Unfortunately, I don't remember an audit on any of my project's impact on a long term, which is sad. We leave it up to Operations to measure it but - at the end of the day - we never know what we should be doing differently.
1 reply by Anish Abraham
Sep 26, 2018 11:10 AM
Thanks Isabel for your feedback on this.
I concur with you on this, since I cannot recall an audit after project completion on my projects in the recent past.
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