Closing a Project
No. of mini-lessons4
No. of mini-lessons 4
Well done, you’ve almost reached the end. The project life cycle’s final phase is closing the project. This ties up loose ends, making sure everyone’s happy with the outcomes, and formally recognizing that the project is complete. It also provides the opportunity to unpick, review, and evaluate the whole project to identify strengths and areas for improvement.
Bringing closure to a project is important and beneficial, as it can inform decisions and strategies to streamline and improve future projects. This will not only help meet future targets but will make your job as a project manager easier and more efficient, too.
What should a project closing include
What are the impacts of not closing a project
How to close a project successfully
Why your teams need this course
Getting a project to this stage is hard work, so jeopardizing all the valuable time and resources used by not closing it correctly would be neglectful. Seasoned project managers and those new to project management will benefit from taking this course. It highlights the pitfalls of not completing this phase and guides you through the “how-to” of closing your project. This is course 5 in a series of 5.
Other courses in this collection
Initiating a Project
When you have multiple tasks that need to be done simultaneously, knowing how to get started is the first step in completing the project.View course
Planning a Project
Making a plan is key for completing projects. Learn how to set and assign tasks, and how to streamline processes for maximum productivity.View course