Examine yourself. Take a look at how well the project was directed through its steps. Like a movie director helping the actors play out the various shots, you should have been there for your team members at all points of the action. It's important to pay attention to the places where the project got off track and how you got it back on. Perhaps you can make adjustments to your next project to avoid such scenarios.
Look closely at the places where team members fell behind schedule. Determine whether what you had to deal with was people management or a technical issue. Defining people issues can not only help you work more closely with team members in the future, but can also help you spot bad apples that you might not want on another project team.
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