Project Performance and Project Audit and Closure Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation Project Performance and Project Audit and ClosureRetrospective methodology refers to an agile method that determines the achievements as well as reflects on the major steps made in a project as a way of enhancing the deliverability of a project in the future (Lorenzi & Riley 2004). The manager one should understand that their improper management can affect effective closing. For example releasing of dividends should only be encouraged to occur towards the closure as it will give the project time to resuscitate when it starts operating during a new face. References Lorenzi N. M. & Riley R. T. (2004). Evaluating Project Success. Managing Technological Change 268-275. doi:10.1007/978-1-4757-4116-2_18 [...]
Advocates of retrospective methodology claim there are distinguishing characteristics that increase its value over past, lessons-learned methods. Discuss what those are, and how each characteristic enhances project closure and review. Discuss and give examples of these and other items in closing a project effectively. Use at least one peer-reviewed source beyond the text, course content, and course readings to support your position. Read the Discussion Board rubric prior to submitting your posts to ensure all criteria are met in order to be considered for full credit.