Project Reports are a core part of any project management process. There are a few key documents necessary for successful project progress, and a project report is undoubtedly one of them.
Alongside a project plan, a project report holds significant weight in justifying budgets, team members and tools, or other resources. In this article, we'll explore one of the two types of project reports any project manager needs to be able to write.
Report number one is an ongoing project status report; this report will be needed on more than one occasion throughout a project's life span and explores the overall progress of the project. Report number two is a project completion report; this report comes at the end of the project and wraps everything up.
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