You may have conducted project retrospectives at the conclusion of a project, or sprint retrospectives at the end of a multi-week development cycle. But in both cases, the feedback comes too little, too late. Team members may not share the real, underlying problems, and just nod or “rubber stamp” the meeting. Things keep going wrong, and it feels like you’re beating your head against the wall.
Instead of a late retrospective, you need a quick, efficient, blameless review as soon as something significant happens. The military uses a technique to do this called the “After Action Review” (AAR) that can be very successful.
This workshop will enable you to lead effective AARs. It shifts the focus away from following a recipe and away from assigning blame. Instead of blame, an AAR aligns everyone as a true team working toward an outcome. When every member of the team feels like they are actually part of a team and accountable to each other, everything changes. Especially AARs themselves.
We’ll cover the basics including:
And explore what you need to succeed as we cover such topics as:
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