8.1.4 SP 1.4-1 Manage Project Performance
Periodically review the performance of each subprocess and the capability of each subprocess selected to be statistically managed, to appraise progress toward achieving the project’s quality and process-performance objectives Periodically review the actual results achieved against the established interim objectives for each phase of the project life cycle to appraise progress toward achieving the project’s quality and process-performance objectives Track suppliers' results for achieving their quality and process-performance objectives Use process performance models calibrated with obtained measures of critical attributes to estimate progress toward achieving the project’s quality and process-performance objectives. Process performance models are used to estimate progress toward achieving objectives that cannot be measured until a future phase in the project life cycle. An example is the use of process performance models to predict the latent defects in the delivered product using interim measures of defects identified during peer reviews Identify and manage the risks associated with achieving the project’s quality and process-performance objectives Determine and document actions needed to address the deficiencies in achieving the project’s quality and process-performance objectives