What Went Wrong With Your Project?
Regardless of the results, all good project leaders ask “What Went Wrong With Your Project?” Whether the project was deemed a success or a failure, there are always opportunities to learn and improve.
Postmortems Are Worth The Effort
Project postmortems can be difficult for inexperienced project leaders – but postmortems are necessary if you want to continuously improve. How else are you to learn from any project missteps and improve your team performance on the next project you undertake?
There is Always Something to Celebrate, Learn, and Improve
Hopefully there is more to celebrate on the plus side than to critique on the negative side. But there is always something you could have done better. The question is what went wrong with your project and how best to discuss these often difficult issues and still maintain a positive team spirit?
Three Expert Tips to Face What Went Wrong with Your Project
Here are three tips to face what went wrong with your project:
The Bottom Line
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