How to manage Project Deliverables

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Hello Experts!

When it comes to project deliverables How do you handle these or what have you seen happen during a project?

-Will project deliverables usually go along with a milestone, meaning in order to close a milestone, project deliverables are due?
Or
-Will project deliverables are usually given before the closure of the project (as a task)
Or
-Project deliverables are due whenever the client or stakeholders request them?

IF so what is usually the standard or what do you usually do?

Sep 15, 2020 in PMP by Rajiv
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It depends on the project life cycle you use and the approach you use. For example, if you use an incremental-iterative life cycle with an Agile-based approach. In my personal case in today workplace, we have a governance process where deliverables are the evidence about a milestone inside the governance process has been completed and that governance process is a layer that is used no matter the life cycle and approaches we use.

On the other side, because our value framework is client-oriented for us a deliverable is evidence that we are "fulfilling the contract" with our clients.

answered Sep 15, 2020 by Kiron Bondale

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