Project Management

Project Management Methodology Explained

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Executive Summary

Projects are usually split into phases often along the lines of initiation, control and closure. During each phase a number of documents are produced as part of the project control process. All projects start with an idea for a product, service, new capability or other desired outcome. The control phase involves managing and tracking the project. To do this a project plan is developed. Project closure is an important aspect of project management that is often overlooked. A project that is not closed will continue to consume resources, albeit slowly.

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