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Postmortem: Never Leave a Project without it

By Andreas Birk, Although Primarily, Andreas Birk Sd&amp, Torgeir Dingsøyr and Sintef Telecom


mportant. During the preparation phase, we walk through the project history to better understand what has happened. We review all available documents, such as the work breakdown structure, project plans, review reports, and project reports. We also determine a goal for the PMA. Postmortem: Never Leave a Project without It Andreas Birk, sd&m Torgeir Dingsyr, Sintef Telecom and Informatics Tor Stlhane, Norwegian University of Science and Technology Although prhough used for lar pr 750 and companies, postmors, analysis also offer7 a quick and simple way to initiate knowledge management in small- or mediumsize softwar pr411-3 I n every software project, the team members gain new knowledge and experience that can benefit future projects and each member's own professional development. Unfortunately, much of this knowledge remains unnoticed and is never shared between individuals or teams. Our experience with project postmortem analysis proves that it is an excellent

Year: 2002
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