A project retrospective is a way to look back at events that have already taken place and help managers increase the effectiveness of their teams. Regularly held retrospectives break the repetition of ineffective program and project management practices, give the opportunity to solve immediate problems through rapid application of key learning, and increase the probability of affecting behavioral changes. Retrospectives should not be a one-time event that happens at the end of a program or project. Team members should meet at strategic points during the project life cycles to discuss what is working and what needs to be improved. Retrospectives explore what is working well on a project and ensure that good practices are reinforced and repeated. Read more. (http://tech.lds.org/index.php?option=com_content task=view id=383 Itemid=1)
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