Q: As a project manager, you put together closing documentation for a project. Which of the following steps should you complete? Select all that apply.
Q: You compile project closure paperwork in your capacity as a project manager. Out of the following, which one should you finish first? Choose every option that pertains.
- Verify that all team members completed their tasks
- Create closeout reports Correct
- Gather final feedback from stakeholders
- Review notes from any retrospectives
Explanation: An overview of the project, its accomplishments, and the lessons gained is required for this step. Closeout reports provide an all-encompassing perspective on the progression of the project’s lifespan. Reflection on the procedures, results, and dynamics of the team are all aspects that are considered during retrospectives. It is helpful to record ideas and improvements that may be implemented in future projects by simply reviewing the notes that were taken during retrospectives.