The project executions requires the organisation to involve all the relevant stakeholders from teams to clients to be informed on the project. Project status reports are essential to inform the relevant stakeholders initially before the project produces some tangible deliverables. The Project status reports should provide such detailed information on progress of the project, employee performance, metrics, and other valuable information to track the path of the project. Status reports are managed by the project managers who are responsible to produce these periodic reports with complete information and relevant information (Wysocki, 2011). This report will focus on two style of project management reports, along with the difference between the status reports for team, sponsors, and steering committee. The status reports will also be looked upon the given case study of Blue Spider Project.
Project Risk ManagementReport
Subject: PROJ6003 Project Execution and Control
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