Lesson Learned Template
|Description:||The lesson learned documentation is recorded knowledge gained throughout the project. It shows how events were addressed and makes recommendations. Lessons learned documentation is part of the organizational process assets for both the project and the performing organization.|
The purpose of lessons learned documentation is improved performance. My project lesson learned template is a project lesson report form. With that project lesson report form anybody from the project management team can record the details of a learnt lesson. Such learnt lessons then will be reviewed and added to the lessons learned database.
Recording learnt lessons is an ongoing process throughout the entire project life cycle and should not be a one-time approach at the end of a project.
|Prepared by:||Marc Arnecke, PMP|
|Link:||Download lesson learned template|
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