Delivery-oriented project managers make the scope’s outcome tangible in order to fulfill the project’s goals. The first step to incorporating this project planning technique is to understand what a “deliverable” is.
“Deliverables” are concrete and discrete artifacts of a project’s outcome, such as products, functionalities, features, documents and plans.
They can be obtained by “decomposing,” or breaking down, the project’s requirements in smaller, more manageable components. As you decompose requirements, keep in mind that you can structure and manage the project deliverables in various ways.
Some of the most common approaches for different types of organizations include: Spreading deliverables across project phases.