"Project rescues are iterative processes that are intended to support the business and add value to the organization. This phase provides the opportunity to reward the hard work of the extended team, to share learning from past mistakes, and to launch the next phase of the development in a timely fashion."
"The critical skills in this phase include the following:
- Celebration skills The team needs to feel good about what they have accomplished.
- Self-assessment skills The team needs to understand what went right, what went wrong, and what could be done better.
- Self-starting skills The team needs to push forward with the next piece of work.
- Relinquishing skills The rescue champion or rescue manager needs to learn how to let go if the project team is capable of proceeding without additional support."
There are 4 sub-phases in this phase:
Communicate Rescue Results
Incorporate Lessons Learned
Update Project Documentation
The above is an excerpt from a book written by Sanjiv Purba and Joseph Zucchero, published by McGraw-Hill/Osborne, 2100 Powell Street, 10th Floor, Emeryville, California 94608 U.S.A. Sanjiv has over 20 years of experience managing large projects and many years engaged in rescuing ailing projects.