In this and the following Guidelines we have referred to the manager of each phase as the such-and-such "Phase Manager".
In our experience on a large variety and size of projects very different skill sets are required for the different phases.
For example, a traditional "tell-me-what-to-do-and-I'll-get-it-done" type project manager is unsuited to the often tortuous and protracted task of shepherding a project through the Concept Phase
Some organizations call the manager of this phase a Project Analyst, or Project Developer
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