10 questions you should ask yourself when evaluating a project

Learning from past experiences is important in everyday business life. Only in this way can improvements and innovations be implemented. These 10 questions can help you to evaluate your projects.

  1. Was the original project goal achieved?
  2. If not: What is the reason for the project objective not being achieved?
  3. What problems and challenges arose during the project and how were they solved?
  4. What worked well in the project?
  5. Were there resources that would have been important but were not available? (e.g. material, personnel, knowledge, etc.)What new ideas were tried out and how did they work?
  6. What new ideas have been tried out and how have they worked out?
  7. What should be changed in the planning and preparation if a similar project is implemented?
  8. What changes should be made in the implementation if a similar project is implemented?
  9. How can the experiences from the project be used to improve other company processes?
  10. What are the 3 most important learnings from the project?

 

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Christian Wagner
Christian Wagner
Founder RiskPlayWin | Owner & Founder of the digital marketing agencies morethandigital.com & PEAKFOCUS.agency