Lessons Learned Survey


Quick Summary
A survey that can be sent to team members during or after a project, to solicit their feedback on how the project was conducted.


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What this is

A survey that can be sent to team members during or after a project, to solicit their feedback on how the project was conducted. It applies to any project; and questions can easily be added to focus on additional areas for your project.


Why it's useful

To capture lessons learned from the project while they're fresh in people's mind. The results can be summarized and recommendations passed on to future teams.


How to use it

Send this survey through email or on paper to members of the project team. Let them know that results can be kept anonymous (to encourage people to be frank in their assessments). Send out this survey before any group "lessons learned" meetings. The feedback you receive from the survey can help point to particular areas that should get special exploration in the group lessons learned meeting.


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MS Word, 60kb




Related Templates
Lessons Learned Meeting Report
Detailed instructions for running a Lessons Learned meeting, and a sample report.

Lessons Learned Meeting Agenda
A sample agenda for a lessons learned meeting.




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