2.3.4

iStock_000007832203XSmall.jpgPreparing, designing and implementing a project involves a learning process. In each project you face new challenges. Although learning may seem self-evident, this is not always the case. You can enhance your ability to learn how to do things better, and you can also learn why the things you do work or fail to work.

Key Instructions: 

Take time to reflect on your project and discuss with your colleagues on major lessons so far. Do this regularly during the project (for example, at important milestones). Take time to reflect after the project ends - before you start planning the next one!

1. Make sure you have all available evaluation results at hand.

2. Use our Tool: Mid-project self-evaluation to brainstorm with your colleagues during your project.

3. Check out our Tool: End-of-project reflection questions  for a final brainstorming session.

4. Use this information for continual improvement.

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