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Chapter 14. Tracking Work on a Project > An Overview of Tracking

An Overview of Tracking

Far too many project managers use only half of the power of Microsoft Project. They use Microsoft Project to plan the schedule, estimate the budget, and generate reports that will help the project sponsor make a decision about whether to go ahead with the project. After the final plan is approved and instructions are given to the project team, these project managers put the Project file away and begin managing the project without taking advantage of Microsoft Project's powerful support for the execution phase of the project.

Microsoft Project offers many features that help manage a project after the initial planning is finished. The following are some of these features:


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