Tracking with Visible Deliverables
Summary: Formats in Excel for tracking weekly project progress and status on key deliverables and small-duration activities during various phases of a project.
This template will help you and your team ...
What you get:
- Improve project tracking and control with a clear understanding of true progress, illustrated by planned and actual task completion data.
- Increase visibility into the true progress of work performed by outside partners.
- Reveal important trends like true completion rates, which could dramatically impact schedule accuracy.
- Identify resource or productivity changes that may be needed and useful to recover a troubled project schedule.
- Clearly convey critical schedule and status information to team members and partners who are intimidated or uninspired by traditional Gantt and PERT charts.
- Four detailed tracking examples, in Excel format, including example data, data entry tables, and automatically generated bar charts and line graphs.
- A Word file with descriptions of the companion Excel files, pictures of all the data in those files, and explanations of their content.
- Examples are included for tracking deliverables during detailed design of multiple sub-systems, tracking art assets for a game development project, tracking test case execution progress, and tracking defect discovery and closure rates during testing.