Completing the implementation
Every type of digital project might have different tasks that you should undertake as the project comes to an end. For example, a website development is likely to require user acceptance testing, training in the content management system, and a “snagging period” where any errors discovered during use, can be quickly corrected.
All projects should have a start and an end, and just as you will have formally agreed to start a project, you should look to formally close down the project once it is launched and just part of “normal activity”. The closedown should include :-
You have successfully completed the AmbITion Approach through the auditing of where you started from, the diagnosis of your needs, the development of a business case, and through the implementation itself. Throughout that process you should have been reflecting and evaluating, and that should continue once the project ends.