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Old 10-12-2010, 09:40 PM
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Default Should I share actual timeline with team

I have inherited a project and have to submit the project timeline and closure dates. I have made the project plan, gantt chat etc - padded it and have all the milestones identified. I will have a team of 10 I.T guys working on the project.

My question is do I need to share the actual project dates with the team members or can I show another plan with the dates for each milestone slightly closer from the actual milestone date. I am worried if I show the team actual date of milestone that may be 8 weeks from now then they may get relaxed however if I tell them 4 or 6 weeks then I will have the cusion and I can use that lag for the project benefit.
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Old 10-13-2010, 02:56 AM
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i don't think so there is need of that for sharing otherwise every one will start working with same time line and will wait for last time line only
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