In the execution phase, deliverables are developed and completed. Much of the “meat” of the project occurs during this phase such as status reports, meetings, development updates, and performance reports. This phase is typically initiated with a “kick-off” meeting where roles and responsibilities are communicated.
Tasks completed during execution phase include:
While the monitoring phase will have different objectives than execution, they typically run unilaterally.
The monitoring phase is all about measuring project progression and performance to ensure that everything aligns with the project management plan. Often project managers will enlist key performance indicators (KPIs) to determine if the project is on track.
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