Team Learning from reviewing what works and how to improve

Mike Cardus

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Make Sure to Learn from Your…. Successes


When we reach (or beat) our goals, do we conduct a robust ‘after action review’ to get to the bottom of what went right? She consults with organizations to develop and deploy innovative instructional designs and training worldwide.

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28 Leadership Development Recommendations for your Individual Development Plan

Great Leadership By Dan

Do employees speak up, challenging the leader''s plans, decisions, and actions if they see a gap? They know that once internalized, these beliefs and values affect the norms that influence day-to-day actions, determine what’s important, reinforce appropriate behavior, and change attitudes.

The 5 Elements of a Strong Leadership Pipeline

Harvard Business Review

Right now, for example, the hot topic is “digital leadership” — driving organizations to be more innovative, iterative, and collaborative as they develop digital strategies to disrupt or transform their current business. The culture at GE, for example, centers on execution, simplicity, and innovation. They have after-action reviews, they talk about bad news, and they exhibit traits of what we call a “learning culture.”

Bring in Outside Experts to Mentor Your Team

Harvard Business Review

Beyond the project contribution, technical and functional experts should be asked to share their expertise and educate the team on best practice insights and new innovations in their field of expertise. More-formal methods, such as after-action reviews, are useful too. What are the innovations you find most exciting? Organizations depend increasingly on independent, temporary workers, even for mission-critical work.

Leadership Development Should Focus on Experiments

Harvard Business Review

Participants were then assigned to meet with people on the front lines of the issue both inside and outside the company (innovators, “future‐seers,” provocateurs, and stakeholders whose voices aren’t normally heard) to open up their thinking about possible solutions.

Managing On-Demand Talent

Harvard Business Review

” While cost is clearly a consideration, managers describe the primary benefits of agile talent as increasing flexibility, speed, and innovation. Dave Wheeler FOR HBR.