Title: Name: Institutional Affiliation: Introduction According to Kerzner (2001) project control is necessary in order to understand the progress of the project recognition of deviation from set objectives and measures taken for rectification. In project management discipline unforeseen issues often arise hence the need for Control measure in large projects it's easy to lose sight of the goals of the project. Large projects are quite dynamic and if uncontrolled they evolve and diverge from the set goals of the project. The process of project control requires the project manager to identify a few elements i.e. at what level in of conformity/ variation from set standards. This system only uses boundary measures to ascertain the strength of a process. Post control mechanism requires documented report after the project is completed. It reviews observations made. This information addresses issues encountered during the duration of the project such as project monitoring sponsor communications solutions to the problem the resolutions and improvements made (Lock 2007) References Kerzner H. (2001). Project management workbook. Hoboken NJ .: Wiley. Kerzner H. (2018). Project Management Best Practices. [S.L.]: John Wiley. Lock D. (2007). The essentials of project management. Aldershot England: Gower. Wren A. (2003). The project management A-Z. Aldershot: Gower. [...]
Compare and contrast cybernetic control, go/no go control, and post-control and the information requirements of each. Include at least two scholarly references in addition to the course textbooks.