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If your budget can accommodate it, why not get a consolidated image of everyone's signature or their avatars and then have those embossed onto a plaque or printed on t-shirts, mouse pads or something similar.
That way, they'll have something to look at years after the project ends.
Definitely a tough one. For smaller projects I just go with a final conference call. Also, for one of my project members I sent an email to his boss detailing how good he was on the project. That's not a team reward but he got promoted 6 months later.
That's a good idea Kiron! I like the idea of giving a Project Momento like a mousepad/ notepad etc.
What if there's not a lot of time left in the project?
Thanks Paul! I've found the email of appreciation to work really well for longer term appreciation.
Nov 26, 2018 3:50 PM
Replying to Emily Luijbregts
Ideas on what they'd contribute are:
- their fondest memory of the project
I bought everybody funny socks and mailed them to teams offshore or in other parts of the country. People love funny socks!
Interesting question Emily. I haven't done this before but I like Kiron's idea. Let us know what you end up doing.
Nov 26, 2018 3:43 PM
Replying to Kiron Bondale
Nov 26, 2018 5:28 PM
Replying to Annette Suh
You could stitch together a video to create a simple project/program video and showcase this on your company's website or Facebook page etc. Get each team/person to send something in from their location. They may be celebrating with a cake or it might be an individual talking about themselves or their contribution. Then add a bit saying thank you from the Sponsor or customers etc. So not a party video as such but more of a showcasing the people.
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