Project Review Form -
Project PhaseReview Form is completed at the end of the Project Planning phase to tell the sponsor whether the project has achieved its objectives to date.
A project management review is completed and the results are documented on this Project Review Form. This form helps you conduct a Project Phase review quickly and easily.
This Project Phase Review Form states whether the:
- Project is under schedule and within budget
- Deliverables have been produced and approved
- Risks have been controlled and mitigated
- Issues have been resolved
- Project is on track
The Phase Review Form helps you to:
- Document the results of your Project Reviews
- Clearly communicate the progress of your project to your sponsor
- List any risks or issues which have impacted the project
- Show your sponsor the deliverables produced to date
- Seek approval to proceed to the next project phase
By implementing Project Phase Reviews, you are putting in place the necessary "check-points" to monitor and control the project, thereby ensuring its success.
What is a Project Phase Review?
A Project Phase Review is completed at the end of each project phase. During this project management review, the reviewer completes a Phase Review Form describing the progress of the project to date and recommending whether or not it should continue to the next project phase. If approved, the next project phase can be commenced.
When do I use a Project Phase Review?
A Project Phase Review should be undertaken at the end of each project phase. The project review may be conducted by the Team Manager or an independent person to the project. During the project management review, any risks and issues should also be recorded. The Project Phase Review Form is then completed, documenting the outcome of the review, for approval.