- Project team begins to develop the project's plan and conduct a needs assessment to assist with identification of the problem that the project will solve.
- From this information the team can set goals, as well as fine tune the implementation of the project through task analysis and development of a timeline.
- Take action, in-line with the plan and / or contract
- Record and document all the work, work results, special events, decisions about changes, implementation of changes, etc.
- Analyze, communicate, report, and document status and results of action, in-line with the plan and / or contract
- Take decision if and what kind of change we need, in case any result (or action) is not as required
- Implement agreed changes, in-line with the plan and / or contract.
- This includes both technical and financial monitoring, as well as the formal reporting requirements. It provides guidance on best practice for:
- Planning and conducting project review meetings
- Preparing quality written reports
- Adjustment and adaptive actions needed to bring your project back on track.
- It is a step-by-step process of collecting, recording and organizing information about project results, including short-term outputs (immediate results of activities, or project deliverables), and immediate and longer-term project outcomes (changes in behaviour, practice or policy resulting from the project)