Learning from lessons of the past projects is essential for organisations and projects to prevent mistakes from happening over and over again. Lessons Learned repositories are identified as important Organisational Process Assets (OPS), and evaluating the lessons in such repositories in key stages of the project is strongly emphasized in the PMBoK. However, many companies fail to implement successful lessons learned programs and cannot convince PMs and project teams to spend their scarce resources for learning.
In this presentation, we will talk about the following:
Behnam Bashokooh is a Program Manager at Fluor Corporation with extensive experience in developing and operating IT and KM solutions. He overhauled Fluor PMO's Lessons Learned program by focusing on satisfying projects' need for trustworthy knowledge and enabling systematic learning and improvement. He has implemented the program on 130+ projects across the world. He has demonstrated success through benefit metrics derived from analysing the projects' data. He is currently expanding the program to enable the teams to share innovative Value Improving ideas on projects and maximise their impact by systematically implementing repeatable innovation ideas on other relevant projects.
|Event Date||24-06-2021 12:00 pm|
|Event End Date||24-06-2021 1:00 pm|