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Post-Project Evaluations, Part 1: Overview

Posted February 22, 2006 in Business Technology & Digital Transformation Strategies, Business Agility & Software Engineering Excellence

Evaluating an IT project once it is completed is one of those activities that everyone recognizes as necessary but few organizations approach methodically. Post-project fatigue and pressures to redeploy resources make retrospection into what went right or wrong seem like an expendable activity. Yet organizational learning in the effective application and use of IT requires that IT projects be evaluated for their effectiveness as well as their contribution to business value.

About The Author
Helen Pukszta
Helen Pukszta is a Senior Consultant with Cutter Consortium's Business Technology & Digital Transformation Strategies practice. She is also President and cofounder of Drone Arrival, a company that helps organizations leverage the transformative power of drone-based technologies (UAS—unmanned aerial systems) as the foundation for a new breed of solutions for private and public sectors alike, with the goal of improving businesses and lives.… Read More
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