Project Resource Release Checklist

Having a project resources release plan makes good business sense. Think of it this way: Well-planned staffing transfer and/or release efforts allow employees to participate wholeheartedly throughout the project, instead of looking for their next assignment at the expense of the project they are currently working on--yours! Use this checklist well ahead of project closure to plan resource transfer and release with intelligence and dignity.

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