We recommend structured retrospectives. Identify things that went well and things that didn't go so well during a project or given week.
We recommend structured retrospectives. Identify things that went well and things that didn't go so well during a project or given week. Today, we're going to talk about recognizing our own faults when we look back on a project and how to truly get to actional insight.
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