Project Controls VS. Good Project Controls

Posted by Gail Medley on May 25, 2016 7:22:10 AM

The foundation of all project management lies in balancing the classic triangle of scope, cost, and schedule. Screen_Shot_2016-05-24_at_3.19.42_PM.png

Managing this triangle is far easier said than done, but there are some important factors that can help lead a project manager to success. The most important thing to remember about project controls is that: simply having project controls in place is not enough - you need good project controls.

Luckily we've written a handy white paper to help you determine the defining factors of good project controls. 

Whether its having good WBS and CBS coding structures, automating data collection, or having the right tools in place to effectively analyze data, we've got you covered. This white paper will take you through the various processes that lead a company to achieving their project goals. 

Of course, we strongly believe that one of the easiest ways to improve your project controls is to use an effective project management tool like PRISM. And countless organizations would agree that implementing PRISM allowed them to take their project controls to the next level.  But regardless we encourage you to look at all strategies that this white paper has to offer. 



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This white paper explores why project management cannot be successful without strong project controls to keep the project on track. It identifies the components that make up a good project controls system (people, processes and software) and how this system ultimately helps an organization to achieve success.