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What is the pre post mortem technique?

What is the pre post mortem technique?

Pre-Mortem analysis is a technique to help prevent having to complete a post mortem on a total project failure. The purpose is to identify vulnerabilities in the plan. A Pre-Mortem analysis is a forward looking process rather than the backward looking process of a post-mortem.

What is a post mortem meeting?

A post-mortem meeting is held at the end of a project. The goal is to look at the project from start to finish to determine what went right and what can be improved.

What should be included in a post mortem?

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  1. Dates the project was live.
  2. Why the project was launched.
  3. What was launched (including screenshots and data on what was changed)
  4. The results of the project (including more metrics that were tracked)
  5. Feedback from all team members.
  6. Why you ended up with the results you did.

How do you do a post mortem?

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  1. What is a post-mortem meeting?
  2. Run a post-mortem for every project.
  3. Share an agenda before the meeting.
  4. Prepare by circulating a questionnaire.
  5. Include your clients in the post-mortem.
  6. Start by focusing on what went well.
  7. Don’t play the blame game.
  8. Encourage attendees to dig deeper.

What happens in a full post mortem?

During the procedure, the deceased person’s body is opened and the organs removed for examination. A diagnosis can sometimes be made by looking at the organs. Some organs need to be examined in close detail during a post-mortem. These investigations can take several weeks to complete.

What is the purpose of a post mortem review?

A project post-mortem is a process used to identify the causes of a project failure (or significant business-impairing downtime), and how to prevent them in the future. This is different from a Retrospective, in which both positive and negative things are reviewed for a project.