7. Criteria: project planning quality
Projects are rarely just a one-off. There will be other projects in the pipeline and these need to be carried out as efficiently as possible.
So it is very useful to assess the quality of the overall project planning and implementation. For example.
Did the project complete on time?
Did the project use the expected number of man-hours to complete
Was it delivered within budget.
Each of these questions can be used to develop the evaluation criteria. For example, if man-hours is going to be an evaluation criteria, then this should be tracked from the very outset.
Problems encountered should be documented in a formal way, the format of which is laid down in the design phase. These problems can then be evaluated at a later stage. As the over-used saying goes 'lessons can be learnt' from this activity.
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