Definition: an After Action Review is a short focused meeting, for a team, conducted by the team, allowing to capture useful operational knowledge which is of immediate short term benefit, and which can be ploughed back into the next shift, or the next day's operation. This allows you to make course corrections during activity based on what you learn, it allows you to address and optimise the way you work as a team, and it allows you to start to build your collective operational knowledge.
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