What is a Final Project Report?
A Final Project Report is a document used to record a project’s overall outcome, both its accomplishment and its obstacles.
What is the purpose of a Final Project Report?
A Final Project Report helps identify where a project might have gone wrong and how to prevent these mistakes from reoccurring. It also includes events that lead to the project’s success in order to ensure the success of future projects.
In addition, the report indicates if the estimated time and date were successfully met and if the client was satisfied with the overall results.
Why do I need a Final Project Report?
A Final Project report helps the company identify both its strengths and its weaknesses, ultimately becoming an overall better organization.
How do I use a Final Project Report?
- Fill out the project information and indicate the current date
- Specify events that helped make the project successful and why
- Indicate unforeseen problems and explain how they were resolved
- Write recommendations for future project to ensure their success
- Write initial time and cost estimations and indicate their accuracy
- Based on the information above and verbal feedback, indicate if the client was satisfied with the work and why or why not
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