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IT Project Management, 2nd Edition by Joseph Phillips

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12.2. The Project Postmortem

The final task has been completed, and there's a collective sigh of relief from all of the parties. But, sorry, you've still got a touch of work left to go on the project. Once all of the implementation tasks in the critical path have been completed, a project manager and the project team must do a few chores to inspect their own work. This time should be worked into the PND and shouldn't take very long at all, maybe 1 to 3 percent of the total project time.

12.2.1. Reviewing for Quality

The primary task that you personally must be involved with is to inspect the quality of the project. Of course, throughout the implementation you will be sampling the project and confirming the quality, but at completion you need ...

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