To: My Social Sports (MSS) NOW Project Sponsors and Stakeholders
From: Project Manager
Date: December 7, 2014
RE: MSS NOW Interactive Software (IS-SM14) Training Postmortem Review
OBJECTIVE – This memorandum will provide a detailed analysis of the benefits and drawbacks of postmortem review of the IS-SM14 Training Implementation. Also, the participants of the meeting will be revealed. Lastly, what the training team hopes to discover after the completion of this postmortem review.
BENEFITS OF A POSTMORTEM REVIEW – There is several important benefits of a postmortem review, all providing a thorough breakdown of what expected. The first but not in any degree of importance over the other benefits is ...view middle of the document...
Items to review during the postmortem review:
3. Hardware Cost
4. Software Cost
9. Conflict Management
DRAWBACKS OF A POSTMORTEM REVIEW – There are no many drawbacks of a project postmortem, however, there is one blaring drawback. Once a project has reached completion, the postmortem will reveal any issues that may have occurred. Despite pointing out the past problems of the project, it may be too late correct the problems for the current project if need.
PROPOSED MEETING – The postmortem meeting will be held shortly after the training ends on December 9, 2014. The IS-SM14 Implementation training ends at 4:00pm, we expect for all employees that are attending the training to be completely departed from the Double Tree multipurpose room no late than 4:45pm. The meeting for the project manager, sponsors, and trainers will start at 5:00pm. The items that will be discussed is the lessons learned and start preparation for the postmortem report.
PROJECT POTENTIAL DISCOVERS – At the conclusion of the project we hope to have some takeaways to help assist us in the current project and future projects. We hope to find out whether our process for this project was successful or was there a better way of doing things. We hope to find if we had enough people to complete the project successfully. We hope to find out how well the broadcasting teams back at each station has integrated the IS-SM14 software. Do we have to provide additional training will also be of concern? Lastly, we hope to find out whether or not it is user friendly for our followers, through online surveys and feedback post.