Project Life Cycle
You are looking to build your project team based on the necessary skills and knowledge levels. For this, you need to develop a project plan to identify the tasks and deliverables.
Create a 1,015- to 1,230-word project life cycle document explaining all the stages that culminate in the project closeout process.
Your document should begin with the project summary and include a change management plan.
Address the following:
How will customer final approval be received?
Criteria to be met for the customer to agree that the project has been successfully completed
The lessons learned as the project is completed – What was done well? What could have been done better?
Project team roll-off – What happens to the project team members? How soon can they roll off the project?
In which form will communication be delivered to stakeholders?
Include the following in your change management plan section:
Address circumstances the project might consider for change.
Describe how changes to the project scope, timeline, and budget will be requested, reviewed, approved, reported, and communicated.
Discuss how the change might facilitate the project’s success.