A subsection of a project which has its own organization al structure, life span and stage manager. [D03951] PNG A smaller portion of the project life cycle. Stages may be identifiable by milestone event s that are sign-off s or approval s by authorities outside the project team. For example, stages in the life cycle of a construction project may be identified as: Pre- project studies of needs and opportunities Project concept s and economic studies Feasibility or function al design Engineering, project planning and project brief Working drawings and specification Tendering and contract award Construction Facility commissioning, start up or hand-over Final project review and close out Note: Operation of the result ing facility is part of the Facility Life-Cycle, not the Project Life-Cycle. [D01885] CCCP See also Project Stage. [D01886] A natural high level subsection of a project that has its own organization al structure, life span and manager. [D04529] APM
a logical sub-division of a project
a partition of the software effort that is of a manageable size and that represents a meaningful and measurable set of related tasks which are performed by the project
A stage is the section of the project that the Project Manager is managing on behalf of the Project Board at any one time, at the end of which the wishes to review progress to date, the state of the Project Plan, Business Case and risks, and the next Stage Plan in order to decide whether to continue with the project.
A division of a project for management purposes. According to PRINCE, a 'Project Board' approves the project to proceed one stage at a time.
a natural high level subsection of a project that has its own organisational structure, lifespan and manager.
A major segment of a project for which there are outputs and outcomes at the end. For example, the staged introduction of the Government Directory Service into each Agency.
A natural sub section of a project