33. Which of the following best describes a kill point in the project life cycle?
a. The period of time given to managers during the feasibility phases to decide on the cost, quality, and time constraints for the project
b. A review of the status of a project at each phase of development to determine if it should be continued, redirected, or terminated
c. The point of time in the project lifecycle after which it is impossible to terminate a running project
d. The final submission of the project deliverables after which the project is terminated
A management review should occur after each phase to evaluate progress, potential success, and continued compatibility with organizational goals.These management reviews, called phase exits or kill points, are very important for keeping projects on track and determining if they should be continued, redirected, or terminated.