In Week 11, we discussed the goals of project closure; to complete the project and to improve the performance of future projects. In this assignment, you will individually develop a project closure checklist that is tailored/unique to your group project that you have worked on throughout the course.
Exercise 1 – Project Closure Checklist: Using the concepts discussed this week to develop a short (no more than 1 page in length) project closure checklist that you could use to close out your group project. Once you have completed the checklist answer the following:
Question 1 – Project Retrospectives: Advocates of retrospective methodology claim there are distinguishing characteristics that increase its value over past lessons learned methods. Conduct a search of the University’s academic data bases (see Resources>Library in course navigation bar) to learn more about the project retrospective process. What are the distinguishing characteristics between project lessons learned and project retrospectives? How does each characteristic enhance project closure and review?
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