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1 Project Closeout: Lyft DD Division Heather Quinn CPMGT/300 March 26, 2018 Rhonda Gullette
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2 Project Closeout: Lyft DD Division As a project moves into the closeout phase there is still quite a bit of work for the project leader to accomplish. When closing out a project the project team should be able to assure all stakeholders that the work has been completed and that all processes in the project have been closed out correctly. During the project closing the project leader should take the time to formally recognize the completion of the project and the project team. Customer’s Final Approval Each member of the project team has responsibilities during the project closeout phase. The project manager is responsible for ensuring that all project deliverables are completed and approved by the customer. To receive customer approval, the project manager should meet with the customer and the key stakeholders to review the project deliverables and present the final product/service. During this meeting, the project manager should receive final approval from all project stakeholders. To successfully closeout the Lyft DD Division project, all members of the project team, key stakeholders, and Lyft’s executive management will meet to discuss the project deliverables and future recommendations for the Lyft DD Division. After this meeting, a final project report documenting the project’s findings and recommendations will be provided to all meeting attendees for future reference. Criteria for Successful Completion Acceptance criteria is a set of requirements which must be met before project deliverables are accepted. This set of criteria can be measured, achieved, and can be used to prove that project work has been completed (Sabyasachi, 2018).
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