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  1. Milestones and Key Project Deliverables

  2. Milestones Table of Contents • Definition • Purpose • Use • Summary • Questions

  3. Milestones Definition: Milestones and Key Project Deliverables are significant, highly visible events of special importance to the project.

  4. Milestones Events: • Milestones; • Key Project Deliverables; or • Go / No Go Decision Points.

  5. Milestones Milestones: Significant Point in the project schedule • Schedule Based; • Usually of Zero (0) Duration; • Probably on the Critical Path; • (e.g., “Requirements Approved”, “Testing Complete”)

  6. Milestones Key Project Deliverable: Significant Event in the project schedule • Key Task or Activity; • Mandatory Event / Task; • Important Dates for Project Success; • Derived from WBS; • Not all Tasks / Activities; and • Samples Attached.

  7. Milestones Go / No Go Decision Points • Workflow Gate Approval (SCIO); • SDLC Phase Exit Approval; or • Management Defined Checkpoint Review.

  8. Milestones Purpose: Milestones provide an on-going control mechanism for measuring and assessing project progress: • Scope (Deliverables) • Schedule

  9. Milestones Control Mechanism: Measurement of where you are compared to where you should be so that corrective action can be taken in the event of a deviation.

  10. Milestones Uses: • Management High-Level Reporting; • Measurement of Progress; • Identification of Scope or Schedule Concerns / Constraints; and • Comparison to “Accomplishments”

  11. Milestones Summary: • “Schedule” Tab of PPM Tool • “Project”; • “Phases”; and • “Milestones”. (Note: Presence or Absence Only Until Tool Upgrade)

  12. Milestones Summary: Key Significant Event ------ Significant Date Driven

  13. Milestones Questions: ?????????????????? Richard McGee Richard.McGee@ncmail.net (919) 754-6607