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Managing Projects in the Real World: The Tips and Tricks No One Tells You About When You Start by Melanie McBride

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You Really Ought to Be Doing This

There are a few things PMs should be doing at the end of a project, but I’d bet my lunch money that many of you don’t get to these tasks. The good news is that, while it can have a huge impact on how cleanly a project is wrapped up, none of these tasks is very difficult or time-consuming. Let me show you what you really should be doing at the end of a project.

Formal Project Closure

Project closure is one of those often-neglected areas of project management and that’s a shame because it’s not hard, doesn’t take much time, and it’s just good project management. Project teams usually dissolve like sugar stirred ...

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