The Right Way to Finish a Project

Short and sweet – but great advice for wrapping up a project…”Before the team moves on to other projects, debrief and document the process together so that lessons learned can be shared. Conduct a post-project evaluation — one last meeting to identify what went well and what went wrong”  and more

via The Right Way to Finish a Project – Management Tip of the Day – February 05, 2015 – Harvard Business Review.

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