Taxonomy of a Project Diagram

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This diagram lays out the full lifecycle of a very-managed project plan, from scheduling to execution processes, control processes and closeout processes.

This diagram, provided by Michael Taylor, a project manager with more than 30 years of experience, gives a clear look at who creates project leadership and how they do it, as well as the five types of processes that make up the lifecycle of a well-managed project.

The diagram, for instance, could be used in initial project planning sessions, in order to aid in scheduling the timeframe for transitioning from initiation processes to planning processes. Those are followed by execution processes, control processes and closeout processes.

The attached ZIP file includes:

  • Intro Page.doc
  • Cover Sheet and Terms.pdf
  • Taxonomy of a Project.pdf
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Michael D. Taylor, M.S., MPM, FAAPM, is a master project manager and has over 30 years of engineering and project management experience. He is also a Fellow in the American Academy of Project Management. During this time, he managed projects ranging in value from $2 million to $20 million by successfully directing multifunctional, multicultural project teams.

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