Finalising a project
Closing a project involves the handover of the project outputs to the project business owner(s) for utilisation by the project customers, in order to realise the project outcomes/benefits. After the success of the project has been evaluated, the steering committee formally closes the project and celebrations can commence.
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Toolkit resources for finalising a project
Project management mailing list
The Project Management Mailing List has been set up to support the sharing ideas and information about project management within the Tasmanian Government, between the three tiers of government, and between private and public sectors.Evaluation, review and closure
Lists examples of evaluation, review and closure reports.Closing a Project Fact Sheet v1.3 (145.9 KB) Project review and closure report template and guide for small projects v2.1 (600.5 KB)
Provides a downloadable template which includes a guide to project review and closure.Project review and evaluation report template and guide for large projects v1.2 (634.0 KB) Project closure report template and guide for large projects v1.1 (599.0 KB) Realising Project Benefits Project Risk Management Plan (77.7 KB)
Provides an example of a risk management plan.Web Publishing Framework Project Outcome Realisation Plan v1.1 (382.3 KB) Project Management Information and Resources Project Outcome Realisation Plan (183.9 KB) Outcome Realisation Case Study (253.8 KB)
Provides a case study exploring the Tasmanian Government Web Publishing Framework Project’s innovative approach to outcome realisation, when challenged by outputs that were rapidly outdated, and non-obligatory implementation.Web Publishing Framework Project Risk Management Plan v1.0 (149.6 KB)