You’ve delivered a great project – or at least made it to the end, exhausted! Now it’s time to handover the work because the project is closing. But what do you have to do? If you’ve ever ended up on a project where the work never seems to end… and the changes keep coming in……
Tips on capturing lessons learned in project management including templates that you can use on all of your projects.
Learn what to do when your project closes early with this guide. Get tips on assessing the situation, developing an action plan, and evaluating results for future success.
Here is a checklist of 12 things that you should do during project closure to make sure the work is wrapped up efficiently.
Expand your problem solving toolkit by using your lessons learned log to uncover potential problems.
Learn how to kill off those projects that never seem to end! These tips will help you define and scope the rest of the work and get it finished or cancel the project completely. Includes a case study.
Find out about the project lessons learned management techniques that will help you run effective lessons learned and retrospective sessions. There are also links to further information and free lessons learned project management templates. Enjoy!
Learn how to close a project in 7 simple steps. This infographic walks you through what’s required to shut down your project effectively and efficiently with less stress and more customer satisfaction!
Looking for a lessons learned software that has a way of finding the right lessons at the right time? CornerThought is the right tool for your projects.
Download a free agenda template for a lessons learned or post-implementation meeting. Great time-saver for your project closure work and it’s also something you can use as you go through your project to make sure you are regularly discussing and documenting the lessons you are learning along the way.
Find out the common reasons of why projects succeed or fail and make sure your projects are successful.
These expert tips on lessons learned will help your team stop making the same mistakes over and over again! Learn from major projects PM Karlene Agard about howw to start up a project effectively and learn as you go.