The final project report is the last thing to do during the project closure. The main purpose of the final project report is to make an assessment of the project from the organization's perspective (e.g. an internal assessment) by answering the following questions:
- Was the project successful? Can we consider the project a success according to our success criteria?
- Which methodology did we use? Was this methodology efficient?
- How efficient were the templates/tools that we used for our project management activities?
- What went wrong in the project and what went right? This is very important for future project, and the answer to this question is also included in the lessons learned report.
- What do we think of the project management structure of that project?
- What do we think of the project team who worked on the project? Was the team good/coherent? Did we have any troublemakers on the team?