Chapter 31. Closing Projects in the EPM Solution


Closing does not mean just completing a project—it can mean canceling it, putting it on hold, or perhaps closing down a phase of the project. Even more so than in a standalone project, a project manager needs to take the proper steps to indicate closure in an Enterprise Project Management (EPM) solution. Other people are reviewing the projects, and management and executives do not want to keep looking at a project that looks like it is 99% complete for months. In addition, if your organization manages programs or portfolios, you want to make ...

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