Integrated Project Management By Earl Hall, Juliane Johnson
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Chapter 14. Achieving Closure
As a project nears completion, the project manager continues to support the team by visiting their workstations to check on their progress and to track their tasks. Working with the change committee to clear up any confusion that may have resulted when changes were approved is especially important at this point.
The final steps that the project manager is responsible for are: 1) ensuring that the project's achievement is demonstrated, 2) getting the sponsor to sign off on a project after having successfully met the objectives, 3) preparing a project report, and 4) working out the details of the project completion celebration.