Conclusion the project life cycle consists of phases

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ConclusionThe project life cycle consists of phases that are necessary to successfully complete aproject.The project life cycle shows the levels of consistency in project management and eachstage must be approved or it will not go on (Kloppenborg et al, 2014).As the project goesthrough each phase there has to be some sort of review to determine the status of the project.
FIVE PHASES8Therefore, phase reviews are conducted after each stage to identify where the team is andprovides an update on the project to make sure that the objectives were met (Kerzner, 2013).
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