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If the actual termination of a project is a project in itself, how is it different from other projects?

How is a closure project (a project that consists of the closure phase of a very large project) different from other projects? And out of curiosity, how is its closure phase different from the closure phase of a normal project?
asked 5 years ago by anonymous edited 5 years ago by MaplePM

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I think this is a question of scale.  If a project is large enough to warrant a project to "wrap up", it must be a very large project overall and may actually be a program (with component projects).  But all the basics should be the same.  I've developed project review processes that also run like projects, and they have a charter, planning, execution, quality control, and a project termination (delivery of review, etc.).
answered 5 years ago by sdcapmp (45,840 points)

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