Project executing is the third of the four stages in the project lifecycle, as highlighted in Table 4-1. This is the time when most of the actual hands-on project work is accomplished and most of the money is spent as plans are implemented. In many types of projects, this stage is divided into more detailed stages. For example, on many information systems projects the executing stage may include development, coding, test, and deployment. Construction projects may include procurement, construction, and start-up as parts of project execution.
TABLE 4-1 Project Leader Responsibilities: Executing
Regardless of the substages ...