This document can be used to archive any new knowledge, know-how or experience acquired during the project. This lessons learned archive serves as a reference for future projects and (together with those of other projects) forms a key asset for the organization under which the project has been performed.
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Meant for the Lessons Learned Facilitator, this short document is for documenting key project information and procedures in regards to capturing lessons learned from your project. Use in conjunction with the Lessons Learned Questionnaire and The Importance of Lessons Learned presentation.
This Lessons Learned Checklist offers a standard set of 52 measurement criteria that can be applied to nearly any project. This template, or a version that you tailor for your organization, used consistently across a large number of projects, will help uncover trends and issues that ou never knew existed. Allowing you to take steps that will help the company be more efficient and effective overall.
The main objective of a lessons learned session is identifying how to sustain strengths and improve weaknesses on future projects. Customize this template to include only lesson categories applicable to your project. Distribute the customized template to participants of the lessons learned session at least one week prior to the date of the discussion to provide their feedback, then compile them all into a master copy. Use in conjunction with the other templates in the Lessons Learned Package.
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Lessons learned should be captured and placed in a database log that will be available to the project management team. Use in conjunction with the other templates in the Lessons Learned Package.
The main objective of a lessons learned session is identifying how to sustain strengths and improve weaknesses on future projects. These instructions help you determine when and how to conduct a session, and includes links to helpful forms to comprise a handy Lessons Learned Package.
What worked well on your project? What didn't? Document and share your lessons learned via knowledge areas like scope, cost, risk and communication using this Excel sheet. Use in conjunction with the Lessons Learned Charter/Facilitator Program Overview.
The aim of the template is to capture lessons learned consistently across an organization. Capturing key project-related data in a consistent manner helps other project teams (in a different location, function, department) filter through and identify relevant lessons. The template can be used as is and shared via a local shared drive or in the cloud; or the format can be leveraged to create a SharePoint list to facilitate collaboration. Adapt categories and values to suit your needs.
Use this report outline to keep track of successful lessons, unsuccessful lessons and actions items. Use in conjunction with the other templates in the Lessons Learned Package.