Join Claudine Peet for an in-depth discussion in this video Closing a project, part of Learning PRINCE2.
- At some point in time, the project will need to end.…This usually happens when all of the project deliverables…have been created and tested…and the customer's acceptance criteria have been met.…So it's time to start wrapping things up for the project.…We'll need to use the process Closing a Project…to carry out the last few activities…before the project closes.…The first activity we use is…to Prepare for Planned Closure.…This activity will ensure that all the documentation…is updated and reflects that the project is complete.…
It will also confirm that the deliverables of the project…are all approved and ready to hand over…and also confirm that the customer's acceptance criteria…which were defined int he Project Requirements document…have in fact been met.…Of course projects don't always close this way.…Sometimes an external event may force the project to close.…For example, maybe funding's been withdrawn…or a change in the corporate environment…may mean that the project is no longer needed.…Sometimes it could even be an internal event…
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- Tailoring PRINCE2 for your projects
- Understanding the themes: quality, risk, change, and more
- Initiating a project
- Managing stages
- Delivering a product
- Closing a project