Ch 10: Closing a Project

About This Chapter

Learn the best way possible to wrap up an important project in this very useful chapter. Our engaging text lessons make learning fun, and the quizzes make self-assessment a snap.

Closing a Project -- Chapter Summary and Learning Objectives

In the closing stages of a big project, it becomes necessary to find ways to measure success and find out if there are areas that can be improved upon next time. These lessons will show you the tools and processes that are used by professionals to close out projects in the most productive and useful way. By the end of the chapter you will have studied the following topics:

  • Use of metrics
  • Procedure for closing a project
  • Project closure report
  • Post-project customer evaluations
  • Project implementation review

Lesson Objective
Project Management Metrics: Definition & Examples Illustrate metrics and how they can be applied to project management.
Closing a Project: Procedure & Importance Dissect the steps necessary to close a project by the book.
Project Closure Report: Definition & Contents Explain what goes into the report and how to build a report using this information.
Significance of Post-Project Customer Evaluations Assess why and how to create a customer evaluation survey at the conclusion of a project.
Post Project Implementation Review: Purpose & Benefits Analyze the reasons for, and methods used, to conduct a post-mortem upon the completion of a project

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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