The monitoring and controlling of processes and outputs are critical to the success of the project. It is the responsibility of the leader to measure the progress toward achieving the objectives while monitoring any deviations from the plan and initiating immediate corrective action to avert negative consequences to the project. The leader must make sure that the Iâ€™s are dotted and the Tâ€™s are crossed.
For this weekâ€™s assignment, you will use the Monitor and Control Template and input data into the table regarding important knowledge areas of the project that require thought about monitor and control.
- Monitor and Control Guidelines and RubricLinks to an external site.
- Monitor and Control TemplateLinks to an external site.
- Monitor and Control ExemplarLinks to an external site.
This activity enables you to meet the following course outcome(s):
- Apply evidence-based leadership skills and concepts in the execution and evaluation of an executive-level practice change project. (PO 4, 5)
Sunday 11:59 p.m. MT at the end of Week 5
Total Points Possible
Project title- Increase nurse retention with the implementation of mindfulness /stress reduction techniques.
All of the monitoring and controlling strategies used during the project must be identified in the Monitor and Control document. The Monitor and Control template provided allows the you to present this information in an organized and visually appealing table format. Project management knowledge areas are provided within the template; each knowledge area is to be addressed according to the following:
- Monitoring and Controlling Process
- Monitoring and Controlling Outputs
- Detailed Description of F or E Ratings
A written summary must be included at the bottom of the template (please see directives below the frequency key).