Episode 108: How Peer Reviews will Keep You Honest and Your Project on Track
Has your project ever been audited? Was it a good experience or would you much rather spend 2 hours at the dentist instead? We met up with Elizabeth Harrin, author of Project Management in the Real World , at the PMI Global Congress in Denver last month and we discussed not project audits, but its cousin Peer Reviews.
We define what a peer review is and how it compares to a formal project audit. We shine a light onto the fact that peer reviews will help you as a PM to keep honest. In particular during the more hectic times of a project, when it’s easy to say that “I just don’t have the time to have the risk management meeting this week”.
And of course, we look at how you should prepare for a peer review both from the perspective of someone who is giving and someone who is receiving such a review.
We also introduce you to a new Gizmo: It’s a new website called PM Opinions where you can read and write reviews on project management products and services.
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