Thursday, 9 July 2015

Learning from past improvement projects

There are many good books on project management available.

Sometimes we take the time to read them, and sometimes (even better) we learn how to improve our effectiveness at delivering projects.

But what about the learning you get from your experience?

Even a modest review of your past improvement projects will yield a handful of learning points that you can incorporate into your current and future projects.

Doing this review with a handful of colleagues can yield even more information... ideas and approaches that can streamline future projects whilst improving their impact and effectiveness.

Is it worth taking the time to have a look back over your past projects, to draw out 'the good, the bad and the ugly' and develop a standardised approach for your business to deliver projects?

I think so.

Giles Johnston
Author of Business Process Re-Engineering

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