A project's work can be organized into phases, with each phase containing tasks that are similar and leading to a major deliverable, to facilitate planning and control. In order to better maintain and guarantee the quality of a project, it is often managed in stages. What this means is that the overall project is broken down into smaller, more manageable chunks called "stages," and that these stages are completed in a specific order. A review of the deliverable and the team's effectiveness is typically conducted at the end of each phase. This aids the team in deciding whether or not to move onto the next phase of the project or to make changes. What can be done to boost efficiency for everyone concerned is also identified.