Project Wrap-Up includes three key activities:
||APPRAISAL, TRANSITION, AND CLOSURE
Appraisal -- Evaluating the project's results and identifying improvements for next time.
Transition -- Moving things from the development project to the ongoing support (e.g. production, maintenance, etc.).
Closure -- The importance of cleaning out and taking time to celebrate.
Using a formal wrap-up process:
- Facilitates continuous process improvement for the next effort via lessons learned.
- Facilitates the effective transition to the ongoing program (production/maintenance) support.
- Ensure that responsibility is formally shifted so team members are not continually pulled back in inappropriately.
- Enables projects which must be suspended or canceled early to be left in a way that the work can be used if the project is revived.
- Provides an emotional release from projects which are abandoned but not forgotten.
Students of the Advanced Strategies' Project Appraisal, Transition, and Closure Course will return to work with an understanding of:
- How feedback (both transmitting and receiving) from the project team as well as other sources, including the sponsor; can be used to improve the process for future projects.
- Techniques for the effective transition of people, work-products and project information
- The importance of cleaning-up and celebrating.
- Overview of Project Wrap-Up
- Appraising the Process and Products
- Appraising the People
- Transitioning to the Ongoing Effort
- Dealing with Open Items
- Techniques for Clean-Up
- Disposal vs. Mothball vs. Archive
- Importance and Appropriateness of Celebration
- Tips for Wrapping up Canceled Projects
Who Should Attend:
This course is targeted for anyone leading, sponsoring or working on a project team including: Project Managers, Project Team Members and the Managers of Project Managers.
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