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Project Management, Part 8 of 8: Project Processes and Closing
with expert Sandy Haydon
As your project work continues, you’ve monitored the schedule and budget baselines. Other important aspects of projects that need to be tracked and controlled are project performance, quality, communications, risks, procurements, and stakeholders. In this course, you’ll continue tracking project performance and control project quality. You will also continue to monitor and control the project, focusing on project risk, procurements, and stakeholders. Now that the project is completed, you are ready to officially close a project. Closing a project out is as important as initiating a project. The lessons learned during the course of a project are analyzed and addressed in the closeout phase so that the same mistakes or known issues will not occur again.
Intermediate | 1h 19m | November 22, 2013Course Outline
Sandy Haydon is a certified project manager in software development and a project management instructor. She has 40 years of experience with IBM as a software developer, manager, and project manager responsible for leading teams located worldwide. Sandy holds a BA in Mathematics and an MA in Management and is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and an IBM Senior Certified Project Manager.