Software Engineering, Project Management, and Effectiveness
It's one thing to get results. It's another to articulate them. Having a way to frame results can help both for personal learning, as well as review time when you have to reflect on accomplishments.
Commitment, Results, How, Evidence, Analysis
I've found framing results by listing the commitment, the results, the how, the evidence and the analysis to be pretty effective over the years. I'm a fan of concrete examples, so here's an example:
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