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5 Steps to Project Closure (Checklist Included)

Stephanie Ray
Publication date:
February 15, 2022
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5 Steps to Project Closure (Checklist Included)

Project closure is the last phase of a project, when the project manager verifies that the client, stakeholder or customer has accepted the project deliverables. It involves completing tasks such as approvals, signatures, payments, releasing resources, archive documents and acknowledging the project success with a party or celebration. It also involves setting up maintenance, fulfilling any contracts with vendors and releasing the team to participate in other projects. It is the final phase of the project life cycle and requires a process. The most important details in this text are the five steps you should take to make sure you've completed a project and taken full advantage of the experience.

These steps include arranging a post mortem, gathering feedback from the core team, completing paperwork, closing contracts, addressing outstanding payments, and documenting the mistakes and successes of the project. These steps help to build a catalog of historic data that can be used to plan for future projects.


project closure, project management, project life cycle, post mortem, feedback, final report, payment

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Stephanie Ray
5 Steps to Project Closure (Checklist Included)
February 15, 2022
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