Project stage 6: review and exit
For each of these activities, information needs to be gathered from relevant people. It is appropriate that an independent person is assigned to gather this information rather than yourself as the project manager. This will ensure that objectivity is maintained throughout the review process. You should complete a self-assessment and pass this on to the reviewer to be included in their final report. Each of the review activities will normally take the form of a series of one-to-one interviews between the reviewer and other parties. The reviewer needs to structure his or her interviews so that a series of standard questions are asked which were prepared in advance. The reviewer will also allow any interviewee to comment on any other issues that may have been missed. A questionnaire can be sent out to a variety of people to obtain their
views but more information will be obtained on a one-to-one basis.