In a previous article, we discussed the concept of After-Action Reviews (AARs), a military practice that involves extensive analysis of training events after the fact.
In that article, we explained the importance of AARs and how they’re used to evaluate the effectiveness of military training efforts. They can also serve a role in business settings. Here, we’ll look at how to implement this tool.
Important Elements of AARs
All AARs have the following points:
Are conducted during or immediately after each event Focus on intended training objectives Focus on soldier, leader, and unit performance Involve all participants in the discussion