The Third Phase of the Project Lifecycle

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The Third Phase of the Project Lifecycle:

The third phase of the project lifecycle is activating a project management plan. Here, the actual work begins. To successfully move forward into this phase all resources required to carry out the project should be in place. This requires effective coordination of resources. At this juncture, the project manager goes from planning to implementation of plans, observing the development of the project and analyzing the work done.

Processes needed to complete the work and achieving the deliverables fall under this phase. Plans outlined in the second phase are activated here. The results expected from this phase are deliverables and accomplishing the defined objectives. The scope of the work to be done is determined by the scope statement, and consumption of resources are underway.

The project manager becomes is more focused on daily activities as outlined in the scope statement.

In essence, execution of the plan, performing required tasks with efficient completion, coordinating and managing project resources all fall under this phase.

Several activities need to be performed to successfully complete this phase, such as:

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