Those who talk about software development process seldom forget to mention the importance of a project post mortem. All books on process management that I have read and all company Web sites that I have visited have something to read about project post mortems. And my concern here is, do we realize the importance just because everyone else is talking about it or are we committed to use it because the concept sounds relevant? And if we are committed, then how do we take the best out of it?
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