What Are the Major Elements of the Daily Planning Cycle?

Source Control planning is an iterative process that must be reviewed on a daily basis through meeting cycles. This includes developing daily tactical IAPs, holding shift briefings and evaluating modifications to the General Plans as new information is gained, conditions change, or new ideas develop. The scope of the project and the organization of the Source Control Team, as well as their physical location will dictate the meeting cycle. This segment of the flowchart illustrates an example meeting schedule for the Source Control Daily Planning Cycle.

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