When reviewing the planning process, ask yourself first of all how well the project was planned in general. Were the tasks, activities, and phases well thought out and orderly, or did you have to backtrack to fix some things that you originally had set up in the wrong order? When you have to backtrack on things like this, you can get into a situation where you actually can' t go back and fix, or at the very minimum precious time is taken up getting back to the place you can continue from.
Also, you should pay attention to the project plan itself, evaluating to see if it was too complex, if there weren ' t enough milestones, and if you filled it out correctly. Project plans can be laborious if they ' re too completely filled out and useless if they don' t include enough detail.
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