When you finish a project, it’s important to round off in a good way. Regardless of whether the project has been a great success or not as successful as expected, some form of evaluation is necessary. With this assessment, you can collect the experiences everyone has gained, so that successes can be repeated and mistakes can be avoided in future projects. Find weak areas, disconnects, big and small GAP’s to improve, so your project performance and team well being moves in a direction, and ends up a level that you’re happy with
What can it be used for?
Internal Project Evaluation can impact the future of the organization’s projekt deployment, with both a project success and positive assessment you will find your optimal model for future projects.
- Those involved in the project have a clear interest in handing over any frustrations about decisions, errors, etc. in the project. These frustrations can be used constructively so you learn from the experiences and avoid the same challenges and problems in the future.
- Management is supported by a new insight that is not based on gut feelings, but concrete data. The managers’ decision-making basis for changes is strengthened, the management gets concrete and documented insight into what is working well and what is not working so well.
- External partners also have an interest in the project being evaluated, both on the project as a whole, but also on the relationship between supplier and partner/customer.
|Project Change: Internal Project Evaluation|
5 categories, 23 specific measurement points
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The expected implementation time is 20 minutes.
The five focus areas in Internal Project Evaluation:
- Conditions & Goals
- Internal Collaboration
- Customer Collaboration
- Customer Experience
- Future Improvements: Open Questions
Do you or your projects or team have blind spots that need to be addressed, in order to achieve the level of success you deserve?