Project Phases

Project Phases

Initiation: 
These processes authorize the project and commit human and budgetary resources to the project. For a detailed diagram of the Initiation process, click here.

Planning: 

These Processes define and mature the project scope, develop the overall project management plan and identify and schedule the project activities that occur within the project.

Execution:
These Processes complete the work defined in the project management plan to accomplish the project's objectives and defined in the project scope statement.

Control:
These processes compare actual with planned performance, analyze variances, assess trends to effect process improvements, evaluate possible alternatives, and recommend appropriate corrective action 

Closing:
These Processes formally terminate all activities of a project or project phase and transfer the completed product to other. Closing processes also close a canceled project. 

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