C2 - Have the Weekly Initiation peer-reviewed
It’s important to always remain critical:
Project Manager Hat
Have we initiated the week properly so that we're ready to move on?
A person external to the team who has the required project management skills should be asked to spend an hour or so peer-reviewing your work. That information can then be used to refine the plans.
If you have access to enough people, you should ask a different person to peer-review your work each time. This increases the diversity of opinions and enhances learning opportunities for everyone. If there’s no qualified person for peer review in your organization, you should consider finding an outsider to help you.
The results of the peer review should be recorded on a card on the Integrated Project Board, which is then closed after the necessary adjustments have been made.
Peer reviews are necessary for the management aspects. Depending on the type of project, you may want to use it for other hats as well, using the best practices and norms of each hat:
Do we need a production peer review?
Do we need a business peer review?
Do we need someone to peer-review the user aspects?