I’m going to be managing a very large project across many teams; I anticipate close to 20. For smaller projects, I typically schedule weekly (or some regular cadence) meetings where a representative from each team reports status and we track progress, identify opens and follow-ups. But for such a large number of teams, this seems inefficient.
Another facet is the project involves my team shutting down a feature that other teams depend on. So each team may respond to the shutdown differently. Thus, while I want to ensure our partner teams land their committed dates for removing their dependency on us, how they do it is up to them. The solution for transition may not be common across teams.
In a situation like this, what’s the most efficient way to manage such a large project? Is a common dashboard with smaller group meetings of 4-5 reps the right middle ground?