Event Title: Putting the “Learned” Back into Lessons Learned
Lessons Learned is one of the worst oxymorons in the project management profession. This webinar will cover many of the common challenges experienced with the implementation of lessons learned practices and will provide some practical ideas on how to gain greater value from this critical practice.
It's a common practice to review the good, the bad and the ugly when projects are completed to harvest knowledge which can be applied towards helping future projects. Unfortunately, the effort spent on these activities is rarely justified by the value realized. The term "Lessons Learned" has become an oxymoron as we don't seem to actually learn and apply this knowledge.
This webinar will cover many of the common challenges experienced with the implementation of lessons learned practices and will provide some practical ideas on how to gain greater value from this critical practice.
• Review the challenges of common approaches to lessons learned
• Get some practical tips on how to improve lesson learned practices
• Understand how to categorize lessons for the greatest value
Speaker: Kiron D. Bondale, PMP, PMI-ACP, PSM II, ICP-ACC, PMI-RMP, CDAP, CDAI
Speaker's Title: Senior Consultant, Agile Coach, World Class Productivity, Inc.
Kiron Bondale is a senior consultant for World Class Productivity Inc. delivering training & consulting services to North American clients.
He has managed hundreds of projects in both internal and third party contexts over the past twenty years. He has setup and led Project Management Offices (PMO) and has provided agile, project portfolio management and project management consulting services to hundreds of clients across multiple industries.
Kiron is an active member of the Project Management Institute (PMI) and served as a volunteer director on the Board of the PMI Lakeshore Chapter for six years.
Kiron blogs weekly and is a daily contributor to key LinkedIn and Projectmanagement.com project management discussion groups.
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