Deliverable 5 – finalize project schedule and mitigate any delays
Unexpected events can cause a number of issues for projects, particularly large ones. In terms of budget, any additional resources or unforeseen costs associated with the event may be required to complete the project on time and within budget. Human capital is also affected as staffing changes might be needed in order to cope with the new demands imposed by the event. For example, additional staff may need to be hired or existing staff reassigned to accommodate shifts in responsibilities caused by the event.
The impact to schedule is another significant area that can be impacted by unexpected events. If an event forces a delay in part of a project’s timeline, then other parts must also adjust accordingly in order for them to stay on track and meet their original deadlines. Finally, quality control can suffer if not enough attention is given to ensure that all aspects of a project are up-to-date and free from errors when it comes time for delivery or publication. It\’s important for teams dealing with sudden events to remain flexible and agile so they can quickly adapt their plans while still producing excellent work at the end of it all.