Wednesday, October 14, 2015

How To Help Your Team Tackle Tough Problems

The 4 Questions to Ask When You Debrief on a Project


Debriefings can help you accelerate projects, innovate new approaches to problems, and hit difficult objectives. More than a casual conversation about what did and didn’t work, a debriefing digs into why things happened. It should review four key questions:
  1. What were we trying to accomplish? Start by restating the objectives you were trying to hit.
  2. Where did we hit (or miss) our objectives? Review your results, and ensure the group is aligned.
  3. What caused our results? This should go deeper than obvious, first-level answers.
  4. What should we start, stop, or continue doing? Given the root causes uncovered, what should we do next, now that we know what we know?

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