This Video starts with the following question
While transferring the ownership of the project you discover that the client representative is only available after three months, your sponsor is expecting the release of the team. What would you do next?
a. Close the project with documentation and release team.
b. Do not release the project team till transferring the ownership.
c. Release part of the project team.
d. Call a meeting to discuss.
A. Close the project with documentation and release team
This may be done when the transfer of ownership does not require too much training or hand-holding. The Project Manager should take acceptance of this approach from stakeholders.
B. Close the project with documentation and release team
If the transferring of the project ownership requires detailed subject knowledge transfer, the project manager may keep the team till project ownership is transferred.
C. Release part of the project team.
This can be an option when we have large project teams, and not everyone is needed for ensuring a smooth transfer of ownership.
D. Call a meeting to discuss.
Since the question does not give details of context and also give an indication that this is something got discovered now only, it’s a good idea to hold a meeting with respective stakeholders to agree on an approach.
Watch this video for the correct answer.
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