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Project Management: A Managerial Approach Chapter 13 – Project Termination
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Overview Methods of Project Termination Early Project Termination Project Shortcomings PM Responsibilities Project Final Report
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Project Termination Conditions A project can be said to be terminated when work on the substance of the project has ceased or slowed to the point that further progress is no longer possible There are four fundamentally different ways to close out a project : extinction, addition, integration , and starvation
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Project Termination Factors 1. Low Probability Technical Objectives Commercial Viability ROI Achieved 1. No Solution Engineering Design Lasting Process 1. Intellectual Property Issues
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All (substantive) activity ceases Stopped: Successful Met goals Unsuccessful Failed tests Superceded External event “Extinction by Murder” Political assassination; “projecticide” Mergered redundancy
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