T project - process review

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Identification
Level of process: 
Application
Method category: 
Intent or purpose: 
? Review the work process ? Capture what went well/what went badly ? Assign action for promulgating lessons learned and reuseable assets
Recommended size of group: 
26-50
Optimal amount of time needed: 
75 - 18 Minutes
Howto
Usual or Expected Outcomes: 
? Lessons Learned <br> ? List of assets to be captured<br>
Level of participation: 
high
Potential Pitfalls: 
Participant blame individuals rather than evaluatge processes.
Level of Difficulty to Facilitate: 
Facilitation skills required
Resources Needed: 
Clock, prepared flips, speaker phone, tent cards (including one for the phone), table creativity aids, markers, postits, parking lot sheet, greeting sheet.
Pre-Work Required: 
Prepare flipchart sheets. For each process make a t shape on the flipchart with space for the name of the process at the top and a plus and delta in each column.
Procedures: 

<b>Opening</b><br>
1. Introduce self and role. <br>
2. Introduce work products. <br>
3. Gather ground rules.<br><br>
<b>Steps</b><br>
1. Ask what were the major phases of the project. <br>
2. Put the title of each phase at the top of a + and
delta flip chart <br>
3. For each phase, give participants 3 minutes to write + and Delta slips and 2 minutes to post on appropriate chart<br>
4. Convert statements on charts to lessons learned. <br>
5. Highlight any reusable assets. <br>
6. Report out lessons learned<br>
7. Report out reusable assets. <br>
8. Group discussion on what it would take to harvest the asset<br>
9. Enter action for promulgating lessons learned and harvesting assets on action items sheet. <br>
10. Complete with responsible people and dates for completion.

How flexible is the process?: 
very It can be used to review any process
Follow-Up Required: 
check implementation of action items
Background
Developer: 
Ned Ruete
History of Development: 

This was shared on the GRP-FACL Listserve by Ned Ruete in April 2006

References: 
Ned Ruete at nruete@myeastern.com
License Model: 
Open
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