Project Lifecycle

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Project Lifecycle by Mind Map: Project Lifecycle

1. Initiation

1.1. Identification of the problem making sure the project will be able to resolve a solution to the problem.

1.2. Identification of the scope defining the measure and reach of the the project.

1.3. Identification of deliverables characterizing the product and or the service to provide,

1.4. Identification of the stakeholders by determining who project will affect also what their needs maybe.

1.5. Development of a business case.

1.6. Statement of project initiation your documents this will capture and define any aspect of your project.


2. Planning

2.1. Execution

2.1.1. Closure

2.1.2. Finished deliverables Giving project resources Ensuring the success of the project. Determining the goals and were they meet. Evaluation of your teams performance and did they meet the goal and maintain the timeline. Making sure every aspect of the project are completed leaving no loose ends and providing reports to key stakeholders. Conducting a final analysis of your project

2.1.3. Receiving your business approvals, developing your plans and building your team. Once this steps are completed you can now get started on your project. As the project manager ensures that the work is on track and organized by his or her team members. Creating task also organizing work workflows Explain task to team members. Communicating with the team members Monitoring the quality of work Managing the budget

3. When the project has been approved to move forward based on statement work and the business case. Teams are built and large projects are broken down into smaller task so that each goal are achieved in the timeframe. Planning stage steps are identification of a project timeline. Creation of your workflow documents visualizing the project timeline. Estimation of your budget, creation of financial plans and cost estimates. Gathering resources making sure each team has the tolls to perform their task. Anticipation of a risk having everything outlined and presented to your team so that they can complete their task effectively and efficiently