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Project Manager

Tool: Project review checklist

Typical use (type of issue/project)

After the project has been executed as an overall assessment of its achievements and level of completion. It can be used both to evaluate the project and the work of the team in charge.

Ease of use rating

Used by

Yourself as the project manager, and your team.

Tips for effective use

Complete the checklist and spend some time thinking about the output so you can learn what worked well/didn’t work well from the project to ensure greater success the next time you approach a similar project.

Signals of successful use

Feeling confident that the project went according to plan, and if it did not, having the ability to think about why and what would be done differently the next time around.

Signals of unsuccessful use

After completing the checklist, realising that either you are unsure of what has been completed during the project, or realise that the project did not achieve what it was set out to do.

Links to other tools

Status report, Project management, and all other Project management tools.


Project checklist Y/N Comments
Did the project support business strategy?    
Were the objectives clear?    
Was the project sponsor appropriate?    
Was the project sponsor fully committed?    
Were there success measures?    
If yes, were the success measures achieved?    
Did the project team have the right skills to perform?    
Were the main risks clear and manageable?    
Was the project in line with its original budget?    
Did the project meet the anticipated timescales?    
Did the reporting arrangements support the time, cost and quality requirements?    
Was the level of disruption manageable?