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PMP Exam Cram™ 2 by Greg Horine, David Francis

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The Project Management Context

Projects can be broken down into several phases. The culmination of these phases is known as the project lifecycle. During each of these phases there will be some output of your work to show that the project is going forward. These outputs are known as deliverables. PMBOK defines a deliverable as a “tangible, verifiable work product.” This could include blueprints, designs, or a prototype. It could also include all the project-related reports, such as status reports, communication plans, and reviews at the end of each phase of the project.

PMBOK refers to these phase-end reviews as phase exits, stage gates, or kill points, and they involve lessons learned, analysis, and providing feedback to stakeholders, team members, ...

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