I've written about post-mortem meetings in the past, but this post explores the topic in more depth. It was first published on the TeamGantt blog on September 5, 2017. Check it out--and comment if you have any thoughts on better post-mortem practices.
Also, yeah, I know people prefer different names for this meeting. I chose post-mortem, because that's what I'm used to using. Call it whatever you want--just be sure to learn something useful fro the meeting, but more importantly, act on it.
I'm very pleased to announce that my book Project Management for Humans is now available for purchase. Its official release was on July 20, and it is available on Amazon and through Rosenfeld Media.
You have no idea how great it felt to write that. As I am sure you've heard, writing a book is no easy feat. But it was one that I wanted to take on, and I was lucky enough to find a publisher who would support me in that endeavor. In all, it was about a year in the works: writing, rewriting, rethinking, brainstorming, sketching, discussing, and so on. It was a lot of work, but I'm happy with the outcome. And I hope you will be too. Read more
While the class is an introduction, it still has something for everyone. Included in the course are the essential skills to being a project manager, the psychology of people management, where to begin in your own projects, some project planning tips using TeamGantt, and some tactics to use in real project scenarios. Whether you're looking to be a better PM or work in a non-PM role and want to sharpen your PM skills, you’ll finish this class feeling empowered to optimize what you're working on, from orchestrating a dinner party at home to leading a product team. It's time to manage projects with ease and success!