About this training module
In this module, examine the who, what, when, where, why, and how of after-action reviews – structured debriefs to reflect on what worked well & what didn’t for a recent event or task.
An after-action review (AAR) is a structured review process, or debrief—usually a meeting— for project teams to reflect on an event or task they have just accomplished and analyze what happened and why, what worked well, and what can be done better or differently in the future.
This module provides an overview of AARs as an internal knowledge management approach. After-action reviews are a simple but effective way to document best practices, identify and apply lessons learned, capture diverse perspectives, encourage constructive feedback, and facilitate performance improvement.
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