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Last edited 03 Mar 2022
In general terms, a ceremony is a formal occasion, such as a religious or public event, or the celebration of an event. Ceremonies might be held on construction projects to mark specific achievements, such as breaking ground, topping out, completion or opening.
However, in relation to construction and project management, the Association for Project Management (APM) Agile Glossary defines ceremonies as: ‘…meetings, often a daily planning meeting, that identify what has been done, what is to be done and the barriers to success.’
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