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What steps do you take to keep a project within budget?
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I will investigate the sources of the project of being over budget: due to internal estimating e, or job site issues (
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Continually forecast the budget. A project run without frequent budget management and reforecasting will likely be headed for failure. Why? Because frequent budget oversight prevents the budget from getting too far out of hand. A 10 percent budget overrun is far easier to correct than a 50 percent overrun. Your chances of keeping the project on track with frequent review of the budget plan is far greater than if you forecast it once and forget about it.
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I tried to do a cost analysis and give first priority on major items while reducing or cost cutting on other expenses to enable adapt to the actual budget.
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Actually I will try to follow the following procedure: - control & monitoring my expenses - trying to maximize the benefit of the goods. - coordinate with the project manager to make our workers happy to raise them producer to finish the job before the planning time - I will try to find alternative materials with low price complying to the project specs.
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Analyze cost, understand reason for increase, find lean processes to reduce costs.
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In this case I am going to write report abut insufficient budget for implementation of this project to finance manager and project manger.
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I first review the situation on ground as in reasons for the variations. I compare the budget with the actual and investigate the factors for the variations. I ensured effective cost control and agree price with vendors ahead of time.
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Stakeholders meetings should be held to handle overly budgets. scale down on the items budgeted.
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Monitor your budget and seek approval for requests are not budgeted for.
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Work with project staff to ensure obligations and expected expenses are within scope.