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Czarina Jane Baliza

the series of phases that a project


passes through from its initiation
to its closure.

Ref: Project Management Body of
Knowledge PMBOK Guide5th
Edition
Ref: Project Management Body of
Knowledge PMBOK Guide5th
Edition
Also known as fully-plan driven
the scope, and the time and cost
required to deliver the scope, are
determined as early in the project
life cycle as practically possible.
Ref: Project Management Body of
Knowledge PMBOK Guide5th
Edition
Ref: Project Management Body of
Knowledge PMBOK Guide5th
Edition
Generally preferred when the
product to be delivered is well
understood, there is a substantial
base of industry practice, or a
product is required to be
delivered in full to have value to
stakeholder groups.

Ref: Project Management Body of
Knowledge PMBOK Guide5th
Edition

Waterfall
Prototyping
Rapid Application Development

Ref: Project Management Body of
Knowledge PMBOK Guide5th
Edition
Project Management For Educational Systems
Dennis Rondinelli
Points out that project planning is
assuming a increasingly important
role in public administration of
developing countries.
Explains that an analysis of the
project life cycle is helpful for two
reasons:

The cycle provide an overview of
tasks performed by a diversity of
organizations, each considered
essential to a projects success.

Project Management For Educational Systems
1. Project identification
and definition
2. Project formulation,
preparation and
feasibility analysis
3. Project Design
4. Project Appraisal
5. Project Selection,
negotiation and
approval
6. Project activation
and organization
7. Project
Implementation and
operation
8. Project Supervision
9. Project Completion
or termination
10. Output Diffusion
and transition to
normal administration
11. Project Evaluation
12. Follow-up analysis
and action
Project Management For Educational Systems
The University of California identified the
project life cycle as:
Phase I: Conception or Identification.
Phase II: Definition or analysis.
Phase III: Design and development
stage.
Phase IV: Implementation or
construction stage.
Phase V:Operation and evaluation stage.
Project Management For Educational Systems
Describes the project management
life cycle as:
Phase I: Pre-Project Development
Phase II: Project Development
Phase III: Project Implementation
Phase IV: Project Evaluation
Project Management For Educational Systems