Number of slides: 10
There’s a lesson behind every experience and you can apply this to the projects or activities your team perform. The After-Action Review, also known as AAR, is a knowledge management tool that allows you to see any task, successful or not, as an opportunity to improve. Showcase your team’s learning experience in the After-Action Review Presentation and reflect on what was done and how you can do it better next time.
What happened? why it happened? and how it can be done better? Answer these questions in the After-Action Review Overview Slide and grab your viewer’s attention with the most relevant points of your team’s analysis. You will find three little icons for each answer and a data-driven doughnut chart in case you want to include any quantitative data.
Your team is a core element of the After-Action Review. Ultimately, this tool evaluates the performance of every member with the purpose of identifying good practices and improvement opportunities. In the After-Action Review Team Slide, you will find a chart specially designed to have a clear view of the roles and responsibilities of your team in each stage of the project.
The After-Action Review Presentation comes with a project’s timeline to showcase the four main stages of the project, event or activity and add relevant data in percentages. You can use the timeline to display the intended results, the actual ones or compare both in just one view.
When is the best time to conduct an after-action review session?
A slide for the team’s leader
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