Three Major Closure Deliverables when Implementing Closure and Review for a Business Project

Three Major Closure Deliverables when Implementing Closure and Review for a Business Project

ThreeMajor Closure Deliverables when Implementing Closure and Review for aBusiness Project

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ThreeMajor Closure Deliverables when Implementing Closure and Review for aBusiness Project

Theprimary objective of the project closure is to complete a givenproject and to promote performance of the projects to be developed infuture. Consequently, the closure of a project consist three maindeliverables namely evaluation, wrap-up, and retrospectives. Thispaper is a discussion of the three deliverables when implementing abusiness project. According to Khang&amp Moe (2008),the project closure is a phase that releases a working project to thecustomers and handling in of the project documentation thusterminating the contract. Additionally, during this stage the projectimplementer releases all the resources that pertain the project suchas communicating the closure of the project to all stakeholders(Labuschagne&amp Brent, 2005).Below is a discussion of the deliverables presented during a projectdisclosure.

  1. Wrap-up

Wrap-upis a deliverable that involves activities such as closing the projectaccounts, delivering the end project deliverables, closingfacilities, realizing new project staffs and opportunities, andcreating a final report about the entire project. This phase is verycrucial because it ensure that the project is working and that allthe modules of phases listed before the pre- implementation phase ofthe project are delivered.

  1. Project evaluation

Projectevaluation is a phase that is used to verify all the documents andthe level of the project performance. Here, the methodology employedin the project implementation is reviewed to ensure that the designand the implementation procedures were followed keenly. Thisstep is very crucial in project implementation because a project canuse a lot of money in its planning phase and when it is completed theplan or the design fails.

  1. Retrospective

Thisis deliverable that includes reviewing the earlier stated projectobjectives, the purpose, and deliverables defined to ensure thateverything is working as expected by the customer. Additionally, theretrospective is a methodology that is used to address wastes such asproject failure and component failure. As a result, it ensures thatall failures are reviewed and that all the components are assessableand fortunate to avoid &quotcostly wastes.&quot

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Khang,D. B., &amp Moe, T. L. (2008). Success criteria and factors forinternational development projects: A life‐cycle‐basedframework. ProjectManagement Journal,39(1),72-84.

Labuschagne,C., &amp Brent, A. C. (2005). Sustainable project life cyclemanagement: the need to integrate life cycles in the manufacturingsector. InternationalJournal of Project Management,23(2),159-168.