In truth they don’t. The early signs of problems are usually there long before the problems are noticed by management, but the project control system doesn’t make them visible. This is where CCPM – our preferred method of project management – comes into its own.
In our white paper “Why do projects seem to go bad right at the end”, we compare CCPM’s approach to progress management with one of the most popular existing methods, earned-value.
If you want to get the best early warning that your project needs some corrective action, whilst there is still time to act, then you need to read this.
What do you think?