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Unformatted text preview: (i.e., not taking any official action) Termination Problem Termination Areas Worker morale Reassignment of personnel Adequate documentation and wrap-up Planning For Project Completion Planned Closure Planned Transferring responsibility Completion of project records – Historic reports – Post project analysis Documenting results to reflect “as built” product or installation Acceptance by sponsor/user Satisfying contractual requirements Planned Closure (Continued) Planned Releasing resources – Reassignment of project office team members – Disposition of functional personnel – Disposition of materials Closing out work orders (financial closeout) Preparing for financial payments Updating The Project Diary Managing Scope Changes Managing Change Management Change YOU CANNOT MANAGE YOUR CUSTOMER WITHOUT MANAGEMENT OF YOUR PROJECT MANAGEMENT PROCESS. WHEN YOUR CUSTOMER INITIATES A CHANGE REQUEST, YOU MUST BE ABLE TO PREDICT IMMEDIATELY THE IMPACT ON SCHEDULE , COST AND TECHNICAL PERFORMANCE....
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