Concise Guide to Closing / Evaluating Projects
By The Office of Government Commerce - OGC, UK
At the end of the project the customer organisation will want to know how well it conducted the project and whether the expected benefits have been achieved. Project closure is a formally controlled process, whether the project has completed to plan or was stopped prematurely. It is closed down on agreement by senior management to an end of project report and lessons learned report.
A post project review or post implementation review should be undertaken subsequently to confirm whether the expected benefits have been delivered and realised. This information should be fed back to senior management, as it will inform other projects underway or planned.
Successful delivery toolkit, the Office of Government Commerce - © Crown Copyright 2009
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