is ready to be executed in this phase. In the third place, the execution phase is where the project is performed based on the schedule and methods created from the planning phase. During project implementation, people are carrying out the tasks, and progress is continuously monitored and appropriate adjustments are made and recorded as variances from the original plan (Adrienne, n.d.). In the fourth place, the closing phase is where the project team presents the result to the customers or release the results of the project. It is a step of terminating. However, the project manager can still conduct a learning process, which means the project team can gather together and analysis which part of the project could be improved. (Adrienne, n.d.). Personally speaking, I believe the reason why the aviation/aerospace projects must be carried out in phases is that a project can be divided into several small phases. Though dividing the project into small parts, it is more easy for the project manager to harmonize the projects, efforts, and regulations and lead the project in the best possible direction (projectmanagement-training, n.d.). Furthermore, the projects will be more easily to be monitored while the project is divided into small portions which mean the project manager can ensure that every phase is aligned and conducted perfectly. Moreover, by dividing the project into several phases, the project manager can increase the connectivity between different phases and improve operational efficiency. Most important is that flight safety can be improved as well! References:
Adrienne Watt. (n.d.). The Project Life Cycle (Phases). Retrieved from - phases-project-management/ Project management-training. (n.d.). The six phases of project management. Retrieved from
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