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Post Project Steps 9: Your Questions

To finish up our topic of all the things you should do after a project is over, I once again turn to you and the questions you’ve been asking me. Here goes! You talked about evaluating ourselves and our performance…should we also do that for the ...
implementation

Post Project Steps 8: Implementation

Now that you’ve evaluated your feedback it’s important you take stock and think about ways you can improve your business and service. Now obviously there’s no catch all lesson I can write that will apply to everyone, but here are a few things I’d expect ...
post project questions

Post Project Steps 7: Questions

What sort of questions should you be asking yourself once a project is done in order to carry through improvements? Sales What worked? What approach/material did you use to win the prospect, how long did it take to go from an initial enquiry to actual work and ...
reviewing a project, Oliver Gwynne

Post Project Steps 6: Review

We have been talking about what happens post project and how to make the most out of your last job in order to get the next one. Next I want to talk about reviewing a past project so it can help you improve future projects. You ...
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Post Project Steps 1: Payment

Last year I covered 5 major subjects which were; How To Pitch, Converting that pitch into actual work, Good Client Relationships, Tricky Clients and When Projects Go Bad. All of these subjects were aimed at helping you to troubleshoot some of the trickier situations and ...
dont forget a bad relationship

When Projects Go Bad 8: Don’t Forget

You’ve had a bad experience with a client. Hopefully you’ve been able to grit your teeth and get through it. naturally things will go quiet for a while until suddenly, out of the blue the client comes back. Don’t Forget Perhaps this lesson could be summed up ...
walking away from a project

When Projects Go Bad 6: Walking Away

Sometimes you simply can’t save a project. So when and how should you consider walking away? What factors should you consider? Sunk Assets One of the major psychological factors in trying to stick out a project or a client that just isn’t working is our sunk assets. ...