Executing the Project

Once the project has been outlined and the plan has been created, now is the time to begin the project in earnest. The third phase in project management is executing a projection of the project plan.

This phase is all about putting the plan into action and keeping the project on track. It is up to the project manager to ensure that all tasks are handled accordingly, including allocating resources to project tasks and completing goals that further the project requirements. For these reasons, the project execution phase is typically where the most effort is placed, using up much of the project’s time, money, and resources.

This execution of the project is where the project manager will need to focus on time management skills the most. At this point, scheduling employees will be the most challenging, as everyone is working on the various project execution processes simultaneously.

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