Linking child project to another child project

Hello, I am conducting a longitudinal mentorship exercise where we do scores per area of mentorship. I would like to dynamically link the results of the previous mentorship to the current one(Child project to another child project or Link project B to A, C to B, D to C…e.t.c. How can I achieve that? I have been able to successfully link the child project to the parent project.

@paul_maleya, I don’t think linking multiple projects is permitted, but I will check and update you if possible.

Linking a child project to other child project can be done in different way depending upon project management tool or software which are you using. Find the linking feature in your project management tool.. Look for a feature that allows you to link or associate one project with another. This feature can usually be found in the project settings or project information section of your tool. be sure to periodically review and update the link between two project progressiveness.

Linking child projects to one another can be a useful way to establish relationships and dependencies between different project tasks or objectives. While I can provide you with a general approach to linking child projects, it’s important to note that the specific steps may vary depending on the project management software or methodology you’re using. Here’s a typical way to link child projects together:

  1. Identify the projects: Determine the child projects you want to link and ensure you have a clear understanding of their goals, timelines, and deliverables.
  2. Establish dependencies: Determine the dependencies between the child projects. A dependency is a logical relationship where the completion of one project task or milestone is dependent on another. For example, Project B may need to wait for Project A to complete a specific deliverable before it can start its own tasks.
  3. Define linkage method: Depending on your project management software or methodology, you’ll need to determine how you can link the child projects. Common methods include creating dependencies or relationships within a project management tool or using a parent project that encompasses all the child projects.
  4. Update project plans: Review the project plans for each child project and update them to reflect the dependencies or relationships. Identify the specific tasks or milestones that are dependent on other projects and indicate the linkage accordingly.
  5. Communicate and coordinate: Share the project plans and linkage information with the project teams involved in each child project. It’s crucial to ensure that all team members understand the dependencies and know how they are linked to other projects.
  6. Track progress: Continuously monitor the progress of each child project and keep track of any changes or updates. If there are changes in one project that affect the dependencies or linkage, make the necessary adjustments in the other linked projects.
  7. Regularly review and update: As the projects progress, periodically review the linkage and dependencies to ensure they are still valid and accurate. If any changes occur that affect the linkage, update the project plans accordingly.

Remember, the specific steps and methods for linking child projects can vary depending on the project management approach you’re using. It’s advisable to consult your project management software’s documentation or seek guidance from your organization’s project management office for detailed instructions on how to establish and manage project linkages effectively.