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Doug is one of your lead project coordinators on a ten-month project There were a number of problems on this project, and the team was pushed hard to complete on time and on budget which they did After the celebration lunch, you go back to your office feeling pretty good about the successful completion and there is Doug shredding all the project documents You stop him and ask, What are you doing Doug smiles and replies that he is closing down the project by shredding the project documents, and that it feels very therapeutic What do you do Take a minute to formulate your response and then look at the following answer Answer: You stop him immediately, collect all the documents from Doug, determine which were shredded, and try to recapture them from softcopy (or other sources) to ensure all key documents are retained for audit purposes You inform Doug that the latest project documents must be stored in a safe place to ensure you meet record retention and other business control and audit requirements
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In my experience, closing the project is one phase that is often neglected You should plan for closing the project at the beginning of the project That is what project integration is all about looking across the entire project (charter to close) and planning adequate time and resources for the all-important closing phase The biggest factor that may negatively impact the closing process is when the project was not clearly defined in the first place or may have experienced significant or uncontrolled changes In many cases, the project was not truly a project to begin with (for example, on-going operations or programs) If your project seems to be never ending, you might want to go back to the basic definition of a project (definite end date) and see if it still meets the criteria The closing phase of projects is generally where the gap between noncertified PMs and certified PMPs is the widest Our natural instincts tend to be to wrap up the project
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as it ends Often we forget about the length of the runway needed to gracefully shut down the systems, close the financial accounting, conduct Lessons Learned meetings, make arrangements for record retention storage, and most importantly, obtain the formal acceptance (signoff from the sponsor or customer) of the closing phase of the project 13 provides more details on effective project closure
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1 Wikipedia, http://enwikipediaorg/wiki/Methodology 2 CVR/IT Consulting LLC, http://wwwcvr-itcom/PM_Templates/ 3 Project Charter Lite template from CVR/IT Consulting LLC 4 Bruce Tuckman s model on team development,
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Project Scope Management
PMP Certification: A Beginner s Guide
Key Skills & Concepts
The importance of scope statements Taking meeting minutes to improve communications How to manage scope on your project Who owns and should provide project requirements The importance of clearly defined documented requirements The five scope management processes Scope creep and scope leap Creating a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) Project completion criteria
s the project manager on a large project many years ago, I was conducting a kickoff meeting and presenting the scope statement to the team when the project executive (PE) sponsor spoke up and said, Hold on! Scope is a mouthwash, and we don t talk about it to the customer! He went on to say, Whatever the customer wants, as long as they are willing to pay for it, they will get it Knowing the importance of scope management, I cringed and had the feeling of being on a ship that was rolling on very high waves with no sign of land in sight My response to the PE was a bit abrupt when I stated, Scope is not a mouthwash, and, yes, we do need to talk about it The PE said, If the customer is willing to pay, we will do whatever they ask Because I didn t want to make a scene in front of the team, I chose to ease up and approach him later (one on one) When I spoke to him about the importance of scope management, he wouldn t budge It was his customer and his project after all, and he had the final word He was the boss, and the boss may not always be right, but the boss is always the boss, right The PE s decision made it painfully clear the scope of the project was going to be wide open The next step was to take a deep breath and look at the potential impact to the project, the team, and the customer For a brief moment, my gut was saying, Update your r sum and move on! However, project managers are not quitters As a team we
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