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I am currently in Scrum framework. So, we try to collate inputs and improve the process after every sprint.
I received a feedback from the team telling number code conflicts identified during a sprint when multiple different teams are working on same module. So, a process was established to identify these dependencies earlier.
I always at the end find lots of improvement opportunities. It is natural to find more as the project move forward. However, Identifying the risks is one of those you will probably wish to had done better.
- improvement of stakeholder engagement
- earlier visualization of project results to check on stakeholder expectations and to mitigate risk.
- more agility.
Once you complete the project and picture is completed and you know all details, one can think that he must do certain things differently. there is always room for improvement. but this is life, you are not known everything from start and here comes your ability to think ahead and work proactively to predict and do things rightly
Always.... there are Lessons Learned in every project :)
One mistake I did was the lack of key stakeholder engagement. I was working on multiple projects but didn't let the key stakeholders know what else I was working on. It took a while to communicate this properly, but once they understood this we were able to meet the project expectations and deadlines. Well, the lessons learned is that I need to communicate at the right time to the right audience.
I remember not preparing a stakeholder for a steering committee meeting. He was caught off guard and it hurt our relationship.
Always find areas for improvement and things I wish I had done differently.
Communication Strategies. In every project, I learn and do better on the next. It is just an evolving thing.
Improving communication technologies especially when we have virtual stakeholders engagement.
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