|PRINCE2||Pre-Project||Initiation stage||Delivery stages (usually multiple)||Final stage|
|Directing||Starting Up a Project (SU)||Directing a Project (DP)|
|Managing||Managing a Stage Boundary (SB)||Closing a Project (CP)|
|Initiating a Project (IP)||Controlling a Stage (CS)|
|Delivering||Managing Product Delivery (MP)|
Left to right represents time. Top to bottom represents decreasing decision-making power.
The process of Managing Product Delivery is the link between the project management and the teams reponsible for carrying out the work. It comprises the acceptance, execution, and final delivery of a Work Package.
- Products supplied
- Work Package
- Products produced
- Team Plan
- Checkpoint Report
- Specialist Products
- Products updated
- Configuration Documentation
- Work Package accepted.
- Plans produced for effort, cost, time, and anything specific to the type of work.
- Work carried out.
- Progress reported periodically.
- Products for delivery are checked for conformance to agreed tolerances.
- Products are delivered.