Project learning through project histories
Maqsood, Tayyab (2005) Project learning through project histories.
Many people and organisations continually repeat mistakes or fail to take advantage of opportunities because they have not learned from their past history, frequently as a result of not having taken the time to reflect and take stock of their experiences. This common error is avoidable, particularly with today’s capacity for information and communication technology (ICT) to enable organisations to not only record lessons learned but to easily make these available throughout an organisation. Moreover, the evidence of the literature and experience suggests that currently companies do not rigorously analyse past experience and log lessons learned using manual methods so it is hardly surprising that this trend is not changed by the availability of ICT.
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