How do the project manager and team judge that we're done? What does it mean for a particular deliverable of a project to be done, and the project itself to be truly complete?
A great way to judge whether you're done is to set completion criteria earlier in the project. Those criteria can cover what it means for major deliverables of the project to be done, and what "complete" for the whole project includes.
Completion criteria are a communication and management tool. For particular deliverables, they provide an important aspect of quality management. At the project and deliverables level, completion criteria help ensure that
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