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Keep your team engaged & productive from afar - Part 3
Welcome to part three, the final installation of this blog series where we show you ways to make the most of your Microsoft 365 tools as a people manager. In part one, we covered tips for managing calendars, meetings and files. Part two was all about task management and automation.
Today’s blog is all about upskilling – how to use the tools you already have in M365 to create a culture of learning.
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“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”
What is a Project Retrospective?
A project retrospective is an opportunity for project teams to reflect on the successes and challenges encountered during the project. It provides time for introspection, away from the frenetic demands of project delivery, during which the team can discuss and analyze the project’s challenges and identify actions to be taken to avoid these issues in the future. The retrospective is also an opportunity to build team cohesiveness and to celebrate the team’s successes.
In short, the goal of the retrospective is to improve team performance between one project and the next.
Organized as a structured workshop or meeting, retrospectives are typically held at the conclusion of a project, although they may also be held mid-project, following the completion of major milestones.
The following questions are commonly asked and answered during a retrospective:
5 Reasons Most Technology Projects Fail
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