List and Describe five considerations a project manager must make when planning a post project review
I am a little confused to the components that are wanted in this question
I have come up with the following:
1). Have the necessary project team members and stakeholders been contacted for attendance at the review.
Here the necessary personnel would need to be contacted in order to discuss either what went well within the project or what went wrong. Here any issues anyone has got can be expressed.
2). What key documents will be needed for the review
Key documents such as budgets and schedules will be needed for the review to show budgeted/scheduled vs actuals.
3). Were the deliverables/objectives met
How did the planned outputs line up with the actual outputs. This is helpful for lessons learned and for future projects.
4). Who was involved within the project
A list of persons involved within the project so that they can be utilised possibly (performance related) in future projects.
This is as far as I got, however some are feel as if they are not relevant at all.
Help and any comments would be appreciated.