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The 5 Types of Meetings Project Managers Need to Master - Slide Deck Number Five: Project Review Meeting

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As a project manager, you’ll need to oversee various types of meetings. When poorly planned they burn time and cause frustration within the project team. You can master your skills by understanding the components of each meeting in the project lifecycle. Sybex® has created a series of slide decks covering five types of meetings project managers are expected to run. In this, the first deck in the series, we'll explore tips and tactics related to the project review meeting.

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The 5 Types of Meetings Project Managers Need to Master - Slide Deck Number Five: Project Review Meeting

  1. 1. The 5 Types of Meetings Project Managers Need to Master Slide Deck Number Five: Project Review
  2. 2. Meetings provoke strong emotions for many professionals. When used with skill, they are a way to share information, solve problems, make decisions, and build relationships. Run poorly, meetings burn up precious time and create frustration. Given how many meetings project managers attend, there’s a high ROI in thinking ahead to plan your meetings. To enhance your meeting skills, learn how to navigate five critical types of project meetings.
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  4. 4. Project Review Meetings The end of the project (or the project phase) is an excellent opportunity to review how the work unfolded. For the best results, schedule this meeting with the project team members within a few days of the project’s completion.
  5. 5. Ground Rules At the end of a project, the team may be worn out from working long hours. Before the meeting starts, explain your expectations and the purpose of the meeting.
  6. 6. Lessons Learned Some questions to ask are: What can you and the project team do differently on future projects? Encourage everyone to look for ideas that can be generalized and used by others in the organization.
  7. 7. Celebrate Take the time to celebrate the project’s success! If budget permits, take the project team out for lunch.
  8. 8. Now It’s Your Turn What is one way you could improve a meeting you run this week?
  9. 9. Want to learn more about the Sybex PMP Exam Review? Sign up for a free trial. Visit https://www.efficientlearning.com/pmp/products/ course-free-trial/

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