After the high-fives that follow a successful project, it pays to do a review of what went right and what could be improved for next time.
It’s always a great feeling to get a project across the line, whether it’s a new installation, an upgrade, a data migration, or some add-on to your existing infrastructure. It’s especially nice if the project was ahead of schedule and below budget! But even if it wasn’t, there’s a lot to be said for doing a Post Implementation Review (PIR), even after a successful project. You might think you should conduct a PIR only after things go wrong. However, it makes ...
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