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Step 1—Defining the Charter

In this important first step you are attempting to identify and agree on a number of critical elements which will be included in the project charter. For example, you need to:

  • Define the mission with the sponsor
  • Understand the project history and sensitivities
  • Establish initial project team contact
  • Determine the assessment approach
  • Complete the charter and obtain approval
Step 2—Developing the Assessment

Using this model, the RT will develop an assessment plan that:

  • Is realistic and can be executed to achieve the charter's objectives
  • Will allow for an assessment in as short a time as possible
  • Will ensure that accurate findings are produced
  • Will minimize project team distraction
Step 3—Conducting the Assessment

The RT is now ready to execute the Assessment Plan, which has three main areas of focus:

  • Determining the true current status of the project
  • Identifying the major threats, opportunities and problems for the project moving forward
  • Establishing an extended team for the recovery effort
Step 4—Developing the Recovery Plan

Given the dynamics of the situation, the plan developed for a troubled project is not similar to a plan for a new project. There are many key differences, many of which are listed below. Simply put, a project plan for a troubled project:

  • Must not fail.
  • Will be subject to extraordinary scrutiny. The team must be ready to defend every action they take.
  • Provides for broad fundamental changes in scope, schedule and cost.
  • Is of shorter duration.
  • Is subject to tighter monitoring and controlling.
  • Requires greater frequency of communicating and reporting.
Step 5—Conducting the Recovery

At the end of each week, the inchstone plan will be updated and the RT will:

  • Re-plan the next rolling 3-week period
  • Examine variances by estimator
  • Define or re-define workload for next period
  • Obtain new estimates for the next period from estimator
  • Acknowledge progress (team, sponsor, customer feedback) to build morale

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Step 1—Defining the Charter

In this important first step you are attempting to identify and agree on a number of critical elements which will be included in the project charter. For example, you need to:

  • Define the mission with the sponsor
  • Understand the project history and sensitivities
  • Establish initial project team contact
  • Determine the assessment approach
  • Complete the charter and obtain approval
Step 2—Developing the Assessment

Using this model, the RT will develop an assessment plan that:

  • Is realistic and can be executed to achieve the charter's objectives
  • Will allow for an assessment in as short a time as possible
  • Will ensure that accurate findings are produced
  • Will minimize project team distraction
Step 3—Conducting the Assessment

The RT is now ready to execute the Assessment Plan, which has three main areas of focus:

  • Determining the true current status of the project
  • Identifying the major threats, opportunities and problems for the project moving forward
  • Establishing an extended team for the recovery effort
Step 4—Developing the Recovery Plan

Given the dynamics of the situation, the plan developed for a troubled project is not similar to a plan for a new project. There are many key differences, many of which are listed below. Simply put, a project plan for a troubled project:

  • Must not fail.
  • Will be subject to extraordinary scrutiny. The team must be ready to defend every action they take.
  • Provides for broad fundamental changes in scope, schedule and cost.
  • Is of shorter duration.
  • Is subject to tighter monitoring and controlling.
  • Requires greater frequency of communicating and reporting.
Step 5—Conducting the Recovery

At the end of each week, the inchstone plan will be updated and the RT will:

  • Re-plan the next rolling 3-week period
  • Examine variances by estimator
  • Define or re-define workload for next period
  • Obtain new estimates for the next period from estimator
  • Acknowledge progress (team, sponsor, customer feedback) to build morale

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