One of my memories of my dad, Roy Gerard, has to do with the work that he did as a consultant. He frequently was called upon to do economic impact studies and demographic studies for governments or for private businesses that wanted to complete projects. Projects might include new schools, shopping malls, farmers markets, apartment complexes, or other such things that are big and involve lots of money.
When my dad learned about the seven phases to a project, he had a calligrapher make a poster with all seven phases. Those phases were actually hilarious, probably because they were accurate. The projects always sounded like great ideas, but the implementation turned out to be fraught with melodrama and personality conflicts. I don't know what happened to the poster, but I found the seven phases to a project on line. I decided, for a little fun, to apply those phases to the construction of a spider's web.