Controlling is a central aspect of project management. Its role is to oversee all tasks and metrics to make sure that a project achieves its objectives. To control means to ensure that the project is on scope, time and budget. This means that there needs to be a constant exchange of information, measuring of actual performance data and identifying deviations and deciding on countermeasures. Regular team meetings provide information that can aid the monitoring of the project process.
Some other control tasks are: