Any project creates a variety of documents during its life cycle, including those related to both the product of the project and the progress of the project itself. All project documents must be accumulated, verified, and archived for future use. Completing and archiving project documentation requires the project manager and team members to collect all project documentation, review the documentation to verify the completeness, accuracy, and the final revision levels, and archive the project records for future use.
- Archive Project Products in the project workspace
- Identify Reusable Objects and Best Practices
- Project Manager with Project Team
John F. Filicetti, PMP, MBA
John Filicetti is a Sr. Sales Engineer/PM-PMO-PPM Consultant with a great depth of experience and expertise in enterprise project management, project management methodologies, Project Portfolio Management (PPM), Project Management Offices (PMOs), Governance, process consulting, and business management. John has directed and managed project management teams, created and implemented methodologies and practices, provided project management consulting, created and directed PMOs, and created consulting and professional services in such areas as project portfolio management, Governance, business process re-engineering, network systems integration, application development, infrastructure, and complex environments. John has enjoyed many years as PMO Director for large corporations in the Seattle area and leads the PMO Roundtable discussion group and forum.