As mentioned previously, documenting project review feedback is important for a future project's team members to use as a reference guide.
Before the actual project review takes place, an individual should be chosen to write the meeting's events into a document. Such a document should include the timeline, names of people involved, list of recommendations, and information recorded from the discussion. The document should not omit material from the information recorded during the meeting, or from e-mail collected by the project review team, because such information most accurately reflects team members' perceptions in the project review.
After the review document has been completed, all team members should have a chance to review the document before it is published, so they can propose changes if needed.