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The Project Management Tool Kit: 100 Tips and Techniques for Getting the Job Done Right by Tom Kendrick

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Review the Project

Begin the project review by discussing the agenda. Discuss lessons learned, starting with things that went well and major accomplishments.

Focus the remainder of the review on new information and on potential project changes. Review the future project plans, and test the assumptions, estimates, and other information in your project plans using what you now know.

During the review, capture decisions and action items in writing, and maintain a separate list of any project issues that require later attention but are beyond the scope of the review meeting.

At the close of the review, discuss all the recommendations, suggestions, and decisions, and assign owners and due dates for all added project activities and action items. Set ...

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