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While it doesn't have the most positive-sounding name, I always saw tremendous value out of the formal project post-mortem. Your project comes to a close, maybe with end users going through some kind of training or user acceptance testing as the final step, but for all intents and purposes you are done. All of the project goals were met (well, most of them anyway), but how do you know if the project was successful or not? I've always been a heads-down-get-my-work-done kind of guy, and if you do…
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