From PRINCE2 Revealed: Including How to use PRINCE2 for Small Projects
Figure 9: Top-level diagram (CP)
What does the process do?
Checks that all required products have been delivered and accepted.
Checks that all project issues have been dealt with.
Records any recommendations for subsequent work on the product.
Passes on any useful lessons learned during the project.
Recommends closure of the project to the project board.
Plans to measure the achievement of the project's business case.
Every project should come to a controlled completion.
In order to have its success measured, a project must be brought to a close when the project manager believes that it has met the objectives set out in the project contract.
CP1 Decommissioning the project
What does the sub-process do?
Gets agreement from the customer that the acceptance criteria have been met.
Confirms acceptance of the project's product from the customer and those who will support the product during its operational life.
Checks that all project issues are closed.
Arranges archiving for the project files.
The customer and supplier must agree that a project has met its objectives before it can close.
There must be a check that there are no outstanding problems or requests.
The project documentation, particularly agreements and approvals, should be preserved for any later audits.
Check that all project issues have been closed.
Get the customer's agreement that the acceptance criteria have been met.
Ensure that all products have been completed and accepted by the customer.
Ensure that, where applicable, those who will be responsible for maintenance...
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