The most straight-forward definition of project deliverables you’ll ever hear!
One of the most important things to know as a project manager is what your project deliverable is.
If you’re new to project management and you’re wondering, “What is a project deliverable?” then you’ve chosen a great place to start!
This really is one of the basics of project management that is an absolute must-know if you want to run successful projects.
Project Deliverable Definition
A project deliverable is a good or service produced by your project that must be delivered at the end of the project.
A deliverable is always going to be within the scope, budget, and timeline that you’ve set for the project.
Your deliverable is going to be something that you have approval for from all your key stakeholders (particularly the sponsor and the steering committee) as to what exactly you are delivering.
Examples of Project Deliverables
Your deliverable will be dependent upon the scope of your project: What exactly you’re meant to do on the project.
Your project scope can encompass so many different things! It really depends on what kind of project you’re doing.
I want to give you some examples to illustrate exactly what a project deliverable is and how to identify the deliverable of your project. Head over to YouTube with me, where I’m talking about examples from my REAL experience as a project manager!
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