This document is intended to help provide more detailed data for lessons learned or project post-mortem exercises that can be compared with previous projects over time. It is inspired by the article A More Scientific Approach to Lessons Learned?
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This log helps you collate both the positive and negative experiences throughout the life cycle of any software development project. The main purpose of this template is to collect, share, learn and improve from the real-time experiences you encounter during the project.
From the initiation to the closing stages of a project, different problems arise that may or may not affect project cost and schedule outcomes. We must record these in a specific format that will act as a reference document for future projects. This template is prepared considering the activities involved in construction projects, but it can be modified for different project purposes.
In projects or an operations-based environment, it is crucial to be able to plan the effort required for any task. The nature, volume and complexity (in short, uncertainty) of tasks will keep changing forever. This generic LOE estimation model is highly accurate and can be customized for any kind of setup.
Do you need a clear, understandable and consensus-driven logical data model for a client data warehouse implementation? This sample Logical Data Model Project Plan (in Word format) outlines the information you will need to include in your plan.