Scheduling with Milestones in Project Management — Episode 16

July 24, 2015
Experienced project managers use a milestone as a chance to stop and assess the project’s overall health. At these fixed points, the project manager can assess the work completed to date, the work still in process, and at times, if the project is heading in the right direction. By examining the work completed and how long it took, the project manager can gauge project progress and see if they can still keep to the projected timeline. If there is time, the project manager can do a quick post-mortem on any issues the team encountered, and apply any lessons to moving forward. In Episode 16 you'll learn how to use milestones successfully in your projects! Learn more about effective project management on our website: https://goo.gl/hWQTbp Watch the others Episodes of "Project Management Made Easy" Course: Episode 17 "Project Risk Management: Planning for risks" https://youtu.be/jN9TU2D6rJI Episode 15 "Scheduling in Project Management: Duration" https://youtu.be/3K0mvlWNTeo FREE Project Management eBOOK for new project managers. DOWNLOAD HERE: https://goo.gl/dBSRGj Check out our Blog on project management to learn how to plan a project by five easy steps: https://goo.gl/eUL6Gz
Previous Video
Project Management Software: Welcome to Easy Projects!
Project Management Software: Welcome to Easy Projects!

We all are striving for perfection in how productive we are on the job. The problem is that no matter how m...

Next Video
Project Scheduling in Project Management: Duration — Episode 15
Project Scheduling in Project Management: Duration — Episode 15

The duration of a task is how long it takes in total to finish the task. Unfortunately, this time can inclu...