Why keeping records are important to project management?

Why keeping records are important to project management?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    instead of using the term "keeping records", we would rather say "keep documentation".

    that is, keep all things, processes, results, decisions, etc ... being documented :-

    - business plan, project plan, objectives, goals, schedule, activities, tasks documented

    - intermediate results, progress, checkpoints, minutes documented

    - budgets, expenditures, resources, deployment documented

    - revision, adjustment, alternation, approvals ... documented

    - progress reports, reviews and findings documented

    - lesson learnt documented

    * documentation is important as every document is a piece of communication of the past to the future

    * reviewer can understand the project progress and healthiness by examination of the project documentation

    ### others pls do NOT copy my reply

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