The PMI Switzerland Chapter presents Mark GRAY, an electronics engineer by trade and project manager by choice, Mark Gray brings his experience in the field of electronics and defence systems into his presentations, training and consulting in order to facilitate the sharing of best practices across organisations and disciplines.
Project Lessons Learned are more often ignored, forgotten or just not done. This means that project teams and managers often end up repeating the mistakes of the past. As project managers we should strive to constantly improve our approach and knowledge about projects - and Lessons Learned is one of the best ways to do this. This presentation will look at some of the reasons that lessons are often NOT learned, and provide some ideas on how to change this.
Lessons Learned appears to be the catch phrase of the moment.
It seems a natural outgrowth of the Continuous Improvement (CI) or Learning Organisation teachings that have grown up in industry in the last 50 or so years.
It is therefore natural to assume that project management, and specifically our style of project management which is based on a body of knowledge, should actively use LL’s as a means of
Improving the process and continuously increasing effectiveness in downstream processes.
This presentation will therefore look at some of the some of the basics ill therefore look at some of the basics of value systems, how these could relate to various elements in Project Management and investigate if there are some mechanisms by which we can connect value – Either quantitative or qualitative – to a lesson learned.
19:30 Q and A until 19:45
20:00 Apero and Networking