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Closing The Project

Page history last edited by ruben.ruiz@nitle.org 11 years ago

IV: Closing a project

Closing a project entails several processes, which require energetic followthrough:

Assessment

Lessons learned, then documented

  1. Review decisions at gates
  2. Check results against scope

Strategic decisions

What, if anything, to archive, and how?
Who will have responsibility for maintenance?
If the project is to be repeated, should it turn into a program?

Within the liberal arts context:

  • Integration with curricular assessment
  • Political issue: difference in including executing process members in controlling group's closing process (PMI)

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