Number of slides: 10
Continuous improvement involves learning from the past. Both good and bad experiences are great opportunities to learn valuable lessons and get you more prepared for similar events in the future. When working in projects and strategic activities, this practice is highly recommended. The Lessons Learned Process Slide, Lessons Learned Timeline, and the Project Lessons Learned Slide will help you present the experience acquired after the completion of a project.
What are lessons learned in a project? You can introduce the lessons learned process at the beginning of your presentation for those who haven’t heard about this continuous improvement method. This slide offers a diagram to explain the process in four simple steps: identify, validate, share, and apply.
Timelines help you organize events chronologically in order to understand the development of a subject or process. The lessons learned timeline is an ideal tool to register key lessons in each project stage. With this information in order, you will be able to see how your team dealt with problems and how they resolved it until the very end.
Another way to gather lessons learned is with a brainstorming session. Ask your team to share good and bad experiences from the project such as mistakes, problems, successes. Right after, encourage your people to find a lesson they can learn from those situations. Share all these valuable lessons in the project lessons learned slide.
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