EP – Post Project Reviews

Tony Lockwood

This Execution Plan provide you with a simple review process that should be completed after every project.

Hi, I’m Tony Lockwood, the founder of #TLH, and I’m delighted that you have chosen to go through this Post Project Review Execution Plan.

I can absolutely guarantee that when you kick off a project, things won’t always go to plan. Things happen and it is important to review whether these things could have been expected and therefore planned for as well as reviewing performance across all areas of the project.

This Execution Plan provide you with a simple review process that should be completed after every project.

Good luck and let me know how you get on.

Tony

How to get the most from this Execution Plan

Firstly,  please bring questions about this Execution Plan (or any other question) to the “Ask a Question” section within The Clubhouse

Here’s how to get the most out of the content in this Execution Plan,

  1. Read the entire EP once – Read through this entire EP, watch any videos and download the resources.  Don’t execute on the steps until you have finished reading the entire EP.  This will help you understand the progression of the steps and put them into context.
  2. Complete the steps – This Execution Plan is a checklist.  Each step builds upon the next.  Complete each step in order.

Good luck and please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions.

Introduction

Capturing lessons learned is intended to improve quality by aiming to ensure that that effective practices, as well as areas for improvement from the project, are identified to enhance the results of future projects.

This helps avoid “reinventing the wheel” and contributes to continuous improvement.

In order to add as much value as possible to the people and the organisation, it is good practice to capture and document lessons learned during the project and summarise them at the end of the project. There will be a number of good opportunities to gather this information during a project, (e.g. when reaching a key milestone or at the end of a workstream).

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