Chapter 28
The Final Evaluation
In This Chapter
• Understanding your successes and shortcomings
• Talking back: the final report
• Appraising team member performance
• Assessing the bottom line
Now that your project is closed out, you may think you’re finally done. But there’s one more important step—the final project evaluation. The purpose of this step is to appraise your actions: what you did well and what you could have done better. Only through a final project evaluation will you learn how to better manage your next project.

Evaluating Your Project

Through an effective postmortem, you can efficiently apply lessons learned from this project to the next one. The final evaluation should happen whether the project achieved its goals or fell ...

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