Project Execution Phase

The Project Execution Phase is the third phase in the project life cycle. In this phase, you will build the physical project deliverables and present them to your customer for signoff. The Project Execution Phase is usually the longest phase in the project life cycle and it typically consumes the most energy and the most resources.

To enable you to monitor and control the project during this phase, you will need to implement a range of management processes. These processes help you to manage time, cost, quality, change, risks and issues. They also help you to manage procurement, customer acceptance and communications.

The project management activities and templates which help you complete them are shown in the following diagram. Click the links below to learn how these templates help you to execute projects more efficiently than before

Activities

1.
Perform
Time
Management

2.
Perform
Cost
Management

3.
Perform
Quality
Management

4.
Perform
Change
Management

5.
Perform
Risk
Management

6.
Perform
Issue
Management

7.
Perform
Procurement
Management

8.
Perform
Acceptance
Management

9.
Perform
Communications
Management

10.
Perform a
Phase Review

By using these templates to monitor and control the Project Execution Phase, you will improve your chances of delivering your project on time and within budget.

The Project Execution Template suite includes all of the execution templates listed above, helping you to monitor and control your project effectively. Learn more about the Project Execution Template suite here.

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"These templates are perfect
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your project on time and
under budget."

Estela McCarty
Project Management
IBM

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