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What Is a Project Deliverable? Definition, Examples & More

Marshall Simmons
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November 30, 2020
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What Is a Project Deliverable? Definition, Examples & More

Projects produce deliverables, which can be big or small, and their number can vary depending on the project. Project deliverables are outputs such as project plans, project reports, and meeting minutes, while product deliverables are hardware, software, mobile applications, contracts, or test assessment results. Client and stakeholders expect deliverables that thoroughly wrap up the project at its closure and measure performance against expectations throughout the project. Project managers' reports are the means by which deliverables are presented to clients and stakeholders. They can be shared as PDF attachments or printed depending on the stakeholder's preference, and can be filtered to show only the data stakeholders want to see.

Project management tools such as Gantt charts, Kanban boards, and project calendars can facilitate stakeholder presentations. ProjectManager provides one-click reporting that captures data on project variance, time, cost and more. Creating project status reports is a great way to illustrate how work is proceeding, show which team members are carrying the heaviest loads and if adjustments need to be made, and outline room for improvement.


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Marshall Simmons
What Is a Project Deliverable? Definition, Examples & More
November 30, 2020
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