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Project Scheduling and Cost Control by James Taylor

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SUCCESSFULLY CLOSING THE PROJECT

The closing phase of a project is often the most difficult phase. Project team members are either concerned about whether they have a new project to work on or are being actively moved to other projects, because functional managers are constantly under pressure to begin new projects or because a shortage of resources—also a common dilemma in most organizations—requires personnel reassignment even before a project is completely closed out. Also, when a project has been a long-term endeavor of, say, three to five years and the project environment has become “home” for the team members, people have been known to ...

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