Closng the project performance DoMAiN covered iN THis cHapter NcluDEs THE FoLLowiNG

û Obtain Final Acceptance for the Project û Obtain Financial, Legal, and Administrative Closure û Release Project Resources

û Identify, Document, and Communicate Lessons Learned û Create and Distribute Final Project Report û Archive and Retain Project Records û Measure Customer Satisfaction

THE PMP ExAM coNTENT from THE PRoFEssioNAL and sociAL responsíbílíty performance domaín covered iN THiS cHAPTER iNcLuDES THE FoLLowiNG:

v Ensure Individual Integrity v Contribute to the Project Management Knowledge Base v Enhance Personal Professional Competence v Promote Interaction Among Stakeholders

Congratulations! You've made terrific progress and after finishing this chapter will be well equipped to take the Project Management Professional (PMP) exam.

The last process group we'll cover is the Closing process group, and it has two processes: Close Project or Phase and Close Procurements. The Close Project or Phase process is concerned with verifying that the work of the project was completed correctly and to the stakeholders' satisfaction. Close Procurements supports the Close Project or Phase process and also verifies that the work of the project was completed correctly and the deliverables accepted.

Once you've obtained the PMP designation, you have an obligation to maintain integrity, apply your subject matter knowledge and project management knowledge, and maintain the code of conduct published by the PMI. You'll also be required to balance the interests and needs of stakeholders with the organization's needs. The exam might include questions on any of these topics.

As a project manager, you'll find yourself in many unique situations, different organizations, and possibly even different countries. Even if you never get involved in international project management, you will still come in contact with people from different cultures and backgrounds than yours. If you work as a contract project manager, you'll be exposed to many different organizations that each has its own culture and ways of doing things. You should always strive to act in a professional, courteous manner in these situations.

I'll talk about each of these topics in this chapter.

Project Management Made Easy

Project Management Made Easy

What you need to know about… Project Management Made Easy! Project management consists of more than just a large building project and can encompass small projects as well. No matter what the size of your project, you need to have some sort of project management. How you manage your project has everything to do with its outcome.

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