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Are lessons learned – not really?

I have written before about the need for capturing lessons learned (here, here, and here) all the way through projects, and using the end of project review meetings to cement that learning and agree ways to share with others. However, I have noticed a trend…..a trend that is counter productive for projects, for project management, and for learning. There is … Read More >

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Where’s the project handover plan

Over the last 6 months I have spoke to a number of people and groups who have had really negative comments about the way a project has been handed to them – the project becomes the other teams (or persons) day job. One person suggested that handover was a polite term. They had a project “thrown” at them, last minute, … Read More >

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