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Burning Questions on Release, Delivery & Lessons Learned

As the end of the project gets near you might find yourself asking if everything is 'done', are we ready to 'release' the deliverables and is everything ready for 'delivery' to the customer. After all these activities are completed the project has achieved its goal and the team begins to un-wind. But how do you capture the key efforts, actions and processes that lead to successes, as well as identify areas for improvement? How can you aid others with a history of what should and should not be repeated? We've answered these questions and situational problems from project managers like you in an effort to help you be better prepared, or find a solution to your current situation.

Burning Questions

  1. What does it mean to "release" the project deliverables, when does this happen and why does this concept matter?
  2. How do the project manager and team judge that we're done? What does it mean for a particular deliverable of a project to be done, and the project itself to be truly complete?
  1. What kinds of things should be done to "get ready" to turn over what we've done to the project's customers?
    Lessons Learned
  1. What's the best way to capture lessons learned to ensure we get meaningful information that will really get used rather than just making people feel bad?
  2. What's so important about Lessons Learned?

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