Project Integration Management
A Project manager that is responsible for monitoring and controlling the project work, then it is their judgment than is needed to weigh the evidence of project performance so that this can be evaluated and if necessary take appropriate corrective action.
Analytical techniques are applied in project management to forecast potential outcomes based on possible variations of project or environmental variables and their relationships with other variables.
• Regression analysis
• Grouping methods
• Causal analysis
• Root cause analysis
• Forecasting methods
• Failure mode and effect analysis (FMEA)
• Fault tree analysis (FTA)
• Reserve analysis
• Trend analysis
• Earned value management (EVM)
• Variance analysis
Meetings will focus on closeout procedures and lessons learned for future projects.
Close Project or Phase –Tools and Techniques