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Schedule Closeout - Chapter Summary
This chapter provides you with a convenient way to study information about the procedures, documentation and analysis related to project closeouts. Composed by our professional instructors, the lessons in the chapter are mobile device compatible so you can easily study at home or on the go. After completing the chapter, you should be able to:
- Define what project closeout is
- Know the procedures involved with project closeout
- Identify the benefits of customer value analysis
- Complete activities and reports related to project closure
- Use post-project customer evaluation surveys
- Follow steps that can continuously improve projects
- Know the reports and questions commonly used in project post-mortems
After each lesson, complete the quiz to test your understanding of the lesson topics and discover which ones you don't know. You can view the lessons as many times as you'd like, so you can always refer back to them to reexamine areas you are having difficulty with. When you think you have mastered the material in all the lessons, take the practice chapter exam to test your overall comprehension.
1. Project Closeout: Process & Activities
In this lesson, we'll define project closeout in project management and explain its methods. We'll also detail the processes and activities of the project closeout phase within project management.
2. Closing a Project: Procedure & Importance
In this lesson, you will learn about closing a project, which is the final phase of the project life cycle. You also will learn about the importance of using standard procedures to close a project and the steps necessary for doing so.
3. Project Closure Report: Definition & Contents
In this lesson, we'll define the purpose of the project closure report. We'll discuss the activities and documents associated with this report and review how to create a project closure report.
4. Post Project Implementation Review: Purpose & Benefits
How do you continuously improve at delivering projects? This lesson provides the steps you need to go through to learn from every project and become more and more successful.
5. Project Post-Mortem: Report & Questions
No project is perfect. Even if the goals are met and the timeline followed exactly, every project has an area that could be improved. In this lesson we'll learn about a discussion that happens after a project to explore how it could have gone better.
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