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  • Michael Johnson United Kingdom Production is the key part of any project and needs to be monitored closely along side the programme of works in order to deliver the finished product to the client.
    2015-04-01 20:04:58

  • Adekunle Nicholas Adefela Nigeria production also is another important stage in project management where planning is implemented.
    2015-04-01 09:04:32

  • James Kuchilala Malawi How applicable are these topics to somebody who has never managed a project but is interested in becoming a project manager? What is the mode of assessment to make him confident that he has understood all the topics?
    2015-03-31 22:03:20

    • Eng Clifford Tembo Zambia I believe self Evaluation will do you great my brother. Confidence is your inner power that propels you when faced with a situation.
      2015-04-01 23:04:08
  • James Kuchilala Malawi The most crucial part is the second phase because it is like the heart of the whole project as it involve all the planning ranging from human and financial planning, ensuring all the necessary requirements are available.
    2015-03-31 22:03:57

  • Mavis Mavolwane South Africa Shouldn't inflation be taken into consideration . In some countries prices of commodities go up every month ?
    2015-03-30 18:03:24

  • Mavis Mavolwane South Africa The production phases involves: providing resources, completing the set activities, monitoring, controlling and recording the progress of the project on a GANTT chart, comparing current progress to the planned schedule, updating and refining the schedule as required and monitoring resources to ensure there are no problems meeting the budget.
    2015-03-30 18:03:37

  • Khattab Hamdan Iraq *here the plan put into the operation. * it ought provide completed project, ready to hand over to clients. alternatively, it may end in a full implementation that is at the end of internal organizational project. this phase involves: 1- R. 2- A. ------> 3- < C. R. the project progress on GANTT chart. 4- comparing between planned schedule & current progress. 5- Updating & refining the schedule as required. 6- < R. ----> NO blow out. 7- milestons /> & Goals met.
    2015-03-28 09:03:34

  • Maria Rosario Acuña-Hilton United States of America This Phase is the result of good decision making and make it happen to be deliver to the clients. At this point the project starts and involves the resources, activities, monitoring the progress beginning to the end using the GANTT chart comparing and updating the progress, monitoring the resources, and ensuring that every goal is met.
    2015-03-28 00:03:57

  • Terry Cummins United Kingdom The production phase as the name suggests involves the implementation of the project. Providing the resources, completing activities. Monitoring the project ,controlling the project and also recording the project via a GANTT chart. Making updates or change where ever necessary. Keeping track of resources to monitor over costings. Making sure that the timings are adhered to so overall targets can be achieved.
    2015-03-24 15:03:34

  • Lange Divine Tumasang Cameroon This Phase coverts the ideas in to tangible deliverable termed complete project
    2015-03-24 09:03:54

  • Saheed Ashimi Nigeria What are happened at this stage when milestone and overall goals are not met ?
    2015-03-24 08:03:54

    • William Musodza Ethiopia You are supposed to make sure that this does not happen as it adds to the overall cost, but if it happens than you have to revise your timetable and calculate any extra costs to make sure the revised schedule is made clear to the client.
      2015-03-30 13:03:28
  • IBRAHIM ABDUL MUGIS Malaysia What are the necessary process of this stage?
    2015-03-23 05:03:11

    • Adetiloye Tope Nigeria Defining purpose, breaking project into task, time scheduling, milestone identification
      2015-03-23 23:03:10
  • IBRAHIM ABDUL MUGIS Malaysia This phase is the playground. It is when and where the project commences . The ground works , building and other creation activities are dealt with here.
    2015-03-23 05:03:41

  • Chiemela Ali Nigeria Definition of purpose should be finalised and concluded at the investigation or initiation phase. At the planning phase effort is then committed to produce a baseline roadmap that will guide execution. Also the Work break down structure is a concept i think be part of any discussion boardering on planning.
    2015-03-18 12:03:16

  • Adam Muhammad Usman Namibia I would like to understand how this stage is applicable to a services delivery organization and not a production industry? can we please relate this stage to the services industry?
    2015-03-18 11:03:08

    • William Musodza Ethiopia If you have a project to deliver goods this is the time when you have all the goods at hand or in transit for delivery at the appointed time or date. If you are in services industry, for example catering for a wedding, all items related to the wedding should be at the venue and ready for commencement of activities. This is the time when you 'hand over' the services or goods to the client, at the time that your are supposed to provide the service.
      2015-03-30 13:03:17
  • Maureen Nwaoha Nigeria the production stage is when all the necessary resources have been put into place, where all the stages of project management has been duly and properly arranged before handing it over to the client.
    2015-03-18 07:03:14

  • Isabelle Ludovicy United Kingdom The production phase is when all the objectives and resources planned and assessed during the planning & design phase come into place finalising the project to completion.
    2015-03-17 14:03:13

  • Chinthaka Atapattu Oman In construction industry, the work done will be documented periodically (Daily/ weekly/ monthly) and mark the progress against the programme. So that, the team can evaluate the actual progress against the planned progress. If there is any difference they should address those issues and revise the plan without changing the final completion date (Until otherwise an extension of time is granted)
    2015-03-16 08:03:12

  • Muhammad Ahmad Pakistan Approved (by the change control board) change request (being updated in the change log ) will also be addressed and be part of the executing or production to meet the desired deliverable.
    2015-03-15 15:03:03

  • Alrafie Abdalla Sudan Is the performance of project can be estimated and How?
    2015-03-14 20:03:25

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