Once a project moves into the Execution Phase, the project
Team and the necessary resources to carry out the project
Should be in place and ready to perform project activities.
The Project Plan should have been completed and base lined
By this time as well. The project team and specifically the
Project Manager’s focus now shifts from planning the
Project efforts to participating in, observing, and analysing
The work being done.
Executing the Project Plan
The Project Plan Execution Process ensures that planned
Project activities are carried out in an effective and efficient
Way while ensuring that measurements against project
Plans, specifications, and the original project feasibility
Concept continue to be collected, analysed and acted on
Throughout the project lifecycle. Without a defined project
Execution process each project team would execute projects
Using their own best practices, experience, and methods;
Allowing certain control, tracking and corrective action
Activities to be missed. It is important to note that project execution relies heavily
On the plans developed in the Planning Phase. There is
Already enough work to do within the Execution Phase of
The project, therefore having to reinvent ways of dealing
With risk, change requests, training and resource issues, and
Other such obstacles to progress are impractical and
It is also critical during the Execution Phase that the Project
Manager supports and monitors the execution of other
Important project plans such as the Communications Plan,
The Risk Plan and Procurement Plan via daily interaction
With the project team and stakeholders.
PROJECT EXECUTATION PLAN:
1. Acquisition of land.
2. Construction of road.
3. Construction of first layer of circuit.
4. Construction of stadium.
5. Construction of pit zones.
6. Construction of second layer of circuit.
7. Construction of medical building.
8. Construction of final