Types of Project Termination

Types of Project Termination

INTRODUCTION

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Assignment:

  1. Why should a project manager NOT begin a project      without an approved project charter? Answers should also incorporate the      following: the fundamental information included in a project charter      document, how can the project charter be used during completion of project      work, who is responsible for the project charter, how to create a project      charter, and an example of a project charter.  
  2. Discuss the various types of project termination and      the common ways for terminating a project. Examples should be provided to      further clarification. In addition, discuss problems or issues caused by      project termination. Lastly, in the terminal phases of a project, closing      on every detail takes precedence over interdependency, and listings of      tasks remaining to be done are the key control tool for the project      manager. Create a checklist for project termination.
  3. What are some reasons that a failing project might      still not be terminated? If applicable, feel free to share details from a      project you were involved in.
  4. Describe the outputs of a terminated project that you      feel have lasting value for an organization.
  5. Which of the project evaluation approaches described in      Project Management in Practice do you believe is best for your      project , and which would be least effective, and why?
  6. When should project audits take place, and why?      Response should incorporate the types of audits that exist, the audit      process, the standards of assessment by PMBOK® Guide, internal      controls/internal control system, review of documentation/commonly      requested documents, and the audit report.  
  7. Should the results of an evaluation or audit be shared      with the project team? Explain your reasoning
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