In the Implement Phase, you and the project team actually do the work described in the
At the beginning of this phase, you have to secure the resources required to execute the project, orient team members, and get them started on work plans: this is called project mobilization or start up.
Once the team is established, you control the execution of the Project Plan using techniques to manage risks, issues, changes, quality, and cost. You also manage communications, project documents, procurement, and human resources.
As the Project Manager, your key activities are to:
As project deliverables near completion, you move from the Implement Phase to the
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1- Project Mobilization Deliverables
When you complete Project Mobilization deliverables, you answer the following questions:
The key mobilization deliverables that clarify how the team will work are as follows:
The key mobilization deliverables for getting the team started and aligning stakeholders are as follows:
2- Project Control Deliverables
When you complete
Controldeliverables, you answer the following questions:
The key project control deliverables for reporting status and maintaining project records are as follows:
Updating project management documents that were prepared in earlier phases of project work such as the
Business Case Plan,
Schedule, and Budget is another important component of project control.