The six major components of a project.; Business Assessment, Design Requirements, Installation, Detail Design/Development, Testing, and Implementation.
Series of related activities during a projectâ€(tm)s lifecycle, usually culminating in the completion of a major deliverable.
a prescribed set of one or more activities normally performed serially to accomplish specific project work. One or more phases make up a project. The sequence by which they are executed indicates the project structure (methodology) and usually has "deliverables" associated with them.
Means a segment of the work required to complete a Project with an associated Budget, Scope of Work, timeline and anticipated Matching Contributions.
The series of activities required to meet a major milestone. Usually a project is broken down into a set of phases for control purposes. The phases are usually represented on the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS).
A period during application development when a programmer's time is directed toward a specific purpose. Typical phases of a computer programming project are the "requirements", "coding", "testing", "debugging", "documentation" and "deployment" and "maintenance" phases. In small projects these phases tend to blend together and overlap.
Sets of deliverables that create functional modules to be deployed before the entire project is fully implemented.
A set of project activities and tasks that usually result in the completion of one or more project deliverables.
A grouping of activities that lead to a major project deliverable or milestone. Phase Completion The project management tasks which conclude and secure client sign-off of a phase.
A section or 'chunk' of work in a project for which there are no measurable outcomes at the end, although some outputs may be produced. Large and/or complex projects often scope the work in phases to enable each phase to be planned in more detail on completion of the previous phase. Also provides periodic points for review or Project Phase Reviews.
A major milestone in an ASAP Roadmap. The standard ASAP Roadmap has five phases.
That part of the project during which a series of interlinked activities are carried out