What is your Process for Capturing Lessons Learned?

In theory, capturing lessons learned at the end of a project sounds like a great idea. Who wouldn’t want to reflect on what was done right, what could be done better, and then apply those lessons to the next project?

In practice, though, it is sometimes a different story. It may be a lack of time, resources, interest, or follow-through that causes lessons learned to fall by the wayside. Or, even if they are captured they may not necessarily be implemented.

 So, what are the processes and techniques you have found effective when it comes to not only capturing lessons learned, but making sure they are applied to future projects?


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