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General Rules

  • Lessons Learned sessions tend to bring out the negatives, be sure to ask 'What Went Right'
  • Conduct Lessons Learned meetings
  • Depending on the size and type of project there can be one or more LL session.
  • Use survey questions (recommended below) to solicit feedback
  • Meetings and questions should address both PM and non-PM Lessons Learned

Before the meeting

  • Use online anonymous survey to collect feedback, distill down to areas of discussion and focus actual meeting(s) around identifying specific actions to follow
  • Prepare the team in advance of the meeting for what will be discussed
  • Take steps to ensure that the meeting will be comfortable and non-confrontational
  • Involve a 'scribe' or two to ensure that all notes get captured - the PM could be considered for this role
  • Project Manager of the project should not be facilitator of the lessons learned - get another PM or strong facilitator
  • Who is invited? Should include team members, customers, other stakeholders
  • Try to plan to feed people (when possible), breaks may be needed as well
  • Encourage creative thinking - make it a relaxed environment for having the discussion - go to a less familiar, interesting place

During the meeting


  • Be clear about the agenda, what the goals are for the meeting
  • Develop a list of ground rules - have the team develop these (suggested set - be nice, don't blame, be constructive)
  • Hand out set of topics and ask team which items they would like to talk about - go around the table to discuss - make sure each person gets a turn
  • Start session with an overview of the project - goals, what we accomplished, any particular challenges encountered

During discussion

  • Focusing the discussion around actions/solutions rather than rehashing the past
  • Identify top items to be worked on


  • Identify clear actions and owners where appropriate
  • If you use a meeting to collect the feedback, save a period of time at the end to focus on identifying solutions for the most important issues

After the meeting

  • Followup on actions agreed upon

Other considerations

  • Start out focusing on the positive lessons learned - what went well
  • Be prepared to discuss specific problems (problem, perceived cause, what should have been done differently)
  • For large projects, don't do it only at the end of the project - do LL at various key milestones
  • Develop standard LL templates for online surveys

Mid-Project Lessons Learned

  • What is going well that we want to continue?
  • What isn't going well that we want to fix?
  • What can we do to improve?

Key End of Project Questions

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  • General
    • List top significant project successes? (keep to a manageable number)
    • What obstacles or unanticipated circumstances made it difficult to complete the project?
    • Based on what you know now, what should have been done differently in this project?
  • Communications
    • Were communications adequate in all activities? (right time, right audience, right information, right type) If not, in what ways could communications be improved?
    • Was documentation appropriate, timely, and clear? If not, what should be included for future efforts?
  • Project Management
    • What value did project management bring to the project?
  • Project Planning
    • How well was the project staffed to complete the project?
    • How well was the project planned?
    • How well were roles and responsibilities defined?
    • How well was stakeholder input factored into the project planning process?
  • Project Execution
    • How well did we execute according to plan?
    • How well were the stakeholders involved in the execution of the project?
    • How well were issues resolved?
    • How well did the teams/sub-teams work together?
  • Testing
    • Was adequate testing performed (if applicable)? If not, what should be done differently next time?
  • Cutover
    • Was cutover planned well? Executed well? If not, what should be done differently next time?

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  • Project Planning
    • Was the project plan realistic or unrealistic?
    • Did the planning effort include key stakeholders?
    • Were all major activities accounted for?
    • Did the individual team members responsible for the work provide the estimates?
    • Were appropriate staff involved in the planning effort?
    • Do you believe the technology PM applied provided a better ulimate outcome for this project?
  • Communications
    • Were communications effective?
    • Were meetings effective?
    • Were expectations clear?
    • Did you know where to go to get information about the project?
    • Did communications go to the right people, at the right time?
    • Were communications with our consultant effective?
    • Did we escalate effectively and at the right time?
    • Were issues dealt with effectively?
  • Staffing, Roles, and Responsibilities
    • Were people appropriately assigned to the project?
    • Was staffing sufficient?
    • Were roles and responsibilities clear?
    • Did team members and stakeholder fulfill their roles appropriately?
    • Was leadership and governance effective?
    • Have you participated in this type of technology project before?
  • Project Execution
    • Was the project executed according to plan?
    • Was there an appropriate level of commitment and urgency?
    • Was change management performed appropriately?
    • Was risk management performed appropriately?
    • Was issue management performed appropriately
    • Would you recommend this technology PM service to a peer?
    • Was the project flexible enough to adapt to unforeseen circumstances?
    • Did the project unduly stray from identified goals and objectives?
    • How well were scope changes managed
  • Teamwork
    • Did the teams/sub-teams work effectively together?
    • Did the teams share a common goal/mission?
    • All stakeholders were appropriately engaged, involved, and available?
  • Cutover
    • Was the cutover successful?
    • Was the cutover well planned?
    • Were cutover communications effective?
  • Anything else?
    • What tools or techniques worked well?
    • How well did the project meet objectives?
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