The end is just the beginning

Learning often only begins after completing an activity. This article details nine critical areas involved in conducting a post-project review. In doing so, it describes why project managers and project teams need to review their performance after completing a project. It then explains the nine areas, which include comparing initial and final baselines, analyzing project manager and project team performance, assessing budget and schedule outcomes, and evaluating a project's strategic alignment and ecological impact.
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