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Hollywood Secrets of Project Management Success by James Persse

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Lesson 17: Conduct Project Retrospectives Across Stakeholder Groups

The surest mark of success for a movie is its box office receipts. Studios pay close attention to these numbers. If the numbers are strong, they assess what it is they have done right that led to such performance. If the numbers are weak, they analyze the project to see what might have been improved. Both approaches are geared to lead to the same thing: succeeding the next time around. We can adapt this as Lesson 17: Conduct project retrospectives across stakeholder groups.

Assessing project performance—whether the outcome be positive or negative—can provide a basis for future success. A good avenue for this assessment is to conduct lessons learned sessions with both project team ...

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