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5.23.16
Ways to Ensure That Your Team Learns from Every Success and Failure
It's easy to celebrate when a project goes well, commiserate when it doesn't ... and then go back to business as usual. But if you want to repeat that success or avoid that failure next time, you need to make sure everyone involved understands what happened. Then you can apply those lessons to making next time even better.   1. Build a Wrap-Up Meeting into the Schedule. In the pace of day-to-day activities, we often feel that there's no time to sit down and figure out why things turned out as they did. Establishing a final meeting as an essential part of the project gives the team that time.   2. Take It Out of the Office. Team retreats involve a more significant time investment, but can more than pay for themselves in improved processes and productivity. Even an afternoon in a nearby hotel meeting room can help people gain a clearer perspective on the causes of the project's success or failure.   3. Include Analysis in Every Meeting. If a wrap-up meeting or retreat...
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