Step 9.1 - Checklist for Project Closure
Selecting the right enterprise software for your organization can be a critical task – choosing the wrong solution can affect the entire company. Too often software implementations fail, not because the team members were in any way incompetent, but because they did not sufficiently analyze or evaluate the best solutions for the organization in the first place.
Workbook 9.1 Checklist for Project Closure Use the following checklist to help you conduct a successful project closure. Add or remove items in the task column as necessary. Project Name: Date: Date Task Notes Completed All outstanding stages and steps have been completed. Final testing has been completed. Outstanding problems have been documented and resolved. The project sponsor has endorsed final status report. End users have been solicited for feedback. Acceptance testing was successful. End user training has been completed. Target outcomes of the project have been measured and documented. Project team and stakeholders met to review project. Success has been celebrated. The project team has been disbanded. Physical resources have been reallocated. All project costs have been paid and finances accounted for. Post mortem meeting with stakeholders has been held. Post mortem report has been submitted to the project sponsor. Plan for documenting long-term target outcomes has been created. Page 1