Prince2: End Project Report
This report is the Project Manager’s report to the Project Board (who may pass it on to corporate or programme management) on how well the project has performed against its Project Initiation Document, including the original planned cost, schedule and risk allowances, the revised business case and final version of the project plan.
Fitness for purpose check list:
- Does the report describe the impact of the approved changes on the Project Initiation Document \ Project Brief?
- Does the report cover all the benefits that can be assessed at this time?
- Does the quality work done during the project meet the quality expectations of the Customer?
The End Project Report should contain:
- Achievement of the project’s objectives, summarising whether the project was successful or not
- Performance against the planned target time and cost
- The effect on the original project plan and business case of any changes that were approved
- Final analysis on change issues received during the project
- The total impact of approved changes
- Analysis for all quality work carried out.
- Post-Project Review date and plan.
- Updated Project Plan
- Project Initiation Document \ Project Brief
- Risk Register
- Lessons learned report