As many companies transition away from widespread remote work, many leaders within these organizations are looking for ways to provide some closure to the past year plus of disruption or facilitate a transition to a new normal. A great way they can do this is by holding a “lessons learned” session with their teams and documenting the outcome of that session.
Sharing Lessons Learned
“Lessons learned are the documented information that reflects both the positive and negative experiences of a project,” write Sandra F. Rowe and Sharon Sikes in a conference paper for the Project Management Institute. “They represent the organization’s commitment to project management excellence and the project manager’s opportunity to learn from the actual experiences of others.”