Project disbandment is a necessary step at the conclusion of each project, and a formal disbandment process helps prepare team members for transitioning to new projects. This article features two project professionals discussing how a project disbandment process may open the door to new opportunities. The article begins by identifying the must-have steps for proper team disbandment. It then explores why some project managers skip formal team disbandment. The article identifies the biggest advantage of the disbandment process, noting that the most important aspect of any project are the people involved. It concludes by examining the biggest challenge of the disbandment process: giving honest feedback.