Every project should involve a number of reviews, even if some are informal. Project reviews provide an opportunity for the customer, sponsor, and stakeholders to assess progress and approve project continuation. These meetings are typically held near the end of a major project phase and are often called project Phase Reviews. Deliverables reviews (including "design reviews" on some types of projects) are held to make sure the project is meeting requirements, that remaining risks and work are understood, and that the deliverables themselves are correct. All reviews are aimed at making sure the project work is on track to meet completion criteria and provide timely feedback to the development team. The resources on this page will model good review practices, provide guidelines for running productive reviews, and help you solve issues that come up around and because of your project review meetings.
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End of Execution Phase Checklist
A checklist of activities and deliverables that should be completed by the end of the Execution Phase.
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