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Looking for template to document lesson learnt and follow up?
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What other procedure been used to analysis for data collected at the end of the project, a template for scope change request? basis of approval / decision making

Do we capture the scope change in the contingency plan or maybe under floating slack time if using CCM.

Any links would be helpful
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You might want to take it slow if you never have done lessons learned before. You can make it more complex after you get into the rhythm of performing more lessons learned.

1) Review the project with the team and ask everyone to provide what they feel worked and what they feel did not work. Keep the questions simple to bring out a discussion that will yield valuable input to the lessons learned document.

2) Create a simple excel spreadsheet to document your findings. Rank the findings with a 1-5 scale with 1 being very important.

Do not forget about that project lessons learned and file it away. Make an action plan to implement the discussed improvements on the next project.
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1 reply by Riyadh Salih
Jun 03, 2019 2:23 AM
Riyadh Salih
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Drake, thanks for your comments it is truly a good way to start with
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Riyadh: There are lots of templates available here on this platform of which many are for documenting lessons learned. Cheers !
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1 reply by Riyadh Salih
Jun 03, 2019 2:25 AM
Riyadh Salih
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Rami, thanks a lot for your pioneer contribution, you always very supportive to the community
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Apr 05, 2019 8:24 AM
Replying to Drake Settsu
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You might want to take it slow if you never have done lessons learned before. You can make it more complex after you get into the rhythm of performing more lessons learned.

1) Review the project with the team and ask everyone to provide what they feel worked and what they feel did not work. Keep the questions simple to bring out a discussion that will yield valuable input to the lessons learned document.

2) Create a simple excel spreadsheet to document your findings. Rank the findings with a 1-5 scale with 1 being very important.

Do not forget about that project lessons learned and file it away. Make an action plan to implement the discussed improvements on the next project.
Drake, thanks for your comments it is truly a good way to start with
Network:2369



Apr 05, 2019 10:31 AM
Replying to Rami Kaibni
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Riyadh: There are lots of templates available here on this platform of which many are for documenting lessons learned. Cheers !
Rami, thanks a lot for your pioneer contribution, you always very supportive to the community
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Riyadh -

why not take a regular retrospective approach? Also, you might want to watch my OnDemand webinar on Lessons Learned as I don't provide a template but do provide ideas on the types of information and categorization which might increase the value of the lessosn captured.

Kiron
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1 reply by Riyadh Salih
Jun 03, 2019 10:22 AM
Riyadh Salih
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Thanks Kiron I will be happy to watch your video
However I wanted a template for one of my assignment so I have designed one as I couldn't find suitable one for my requirement
If you please write the link for your video for easy access
I do retrospective and combine analysis for kaizen
Thanks for your valued contributions
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Jun 03, 2019 6:40 AM
Replying to Kiron Bondale
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Riyadh -

why not take a regular retrospective approach? Also, you might want to watch my OnDemand webinar on Lessons Learned as I don't provide a template but do provide ideas on the types of information and categorization which might increase the value of the lessosn captured.

Kiron
Thanks Kiron I will be happy to watch your video
However I wanted a template for one of my assignment so I have designed one as I couldn't find suitable one for my requirement
If you please write the link for your video for easy access
I do retrospective and combine analysis for kaizen
Thanks for your valued contributions
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Here you go, Riyadh!

https://www.projectmanagement.com/videos/4...Lessons-Learned

Kiron

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