Project management consists of the three main fields of activities: planning, monitoring and controlling. Project controlling is the most important task of the project manager during project execution. It includes all activities aimed at keeping the actual values of a project as close as possible to the planned values. A methodical approach is essential. KLUSA provides the following methods for efficient and successful project controlling:
- Work Breakdown Structure
- Gantt chart
- Earned value analysis
- Milestone trend analysis
- Risk trend analysis
These methods help to quickly discover critical project developments and react accordingly.
In the schedule, you can capture the most important content and tasks of a project and plan project resources. The hierarchically work breakdown structure contains main and subprojects, work packages and milestones as well as associated activities.
By creating regular project reports, you can record the current status of a project, including costs, risks, current timetable, and other metrics. The resulting analysis can be viewed in the dashboard of the project. In addition, plan / actual comparisons help you with project control. You can view these in individual projects as well as across projects. For individual users, views in the "My KLUSA" module help them to keep track of the projects they are involved in.
Let us advise you today on how KLUSA can support you and your team in project controlling. We are looking forward to your message.
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