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An After-action review (AAR) is a discussion of an event that enables the individuals involved to learn for themselves what happened, why it happened, what went well, what needs improvement and the lessons learnt. The spirit of an AAR is one of openness and learning - it is not about problem fixing or allocating blame. After-action reviews were originally developed and are extensively used by the US Army.
The Army's After Action Review (AAR) is arguably one of the most successful organizational learning methods yet devised. Yet, most every corporate effort to graft this truly innovative practices into their culture has failed because, again and again, people reduce the living practice of AAR's to a sterile technique.
Peter Senge


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Article
  Building Learning into Everyday Work by David Gurteen

  Evangelising Knowledge Management by David Gurteen

  Introduction to After Action Reviews by David Gurteen

Blog Post
  Klogging vs. the 11 Deadly KM Sins by Phil Wolff
Posted to Gurteen Knowledge-Log by David Gurteen on 4 July 2002

  AARs Singaporean style!
Posted to Gurteen Knowledge-Log by David Gurteen on 3 December 2009

  Proactive Reviews
Posted to Gurteen Knowledge-Log by David Gurteen on 25 June 2011

  Proactive reviews - the questions
Posted to Gurteen Knowledge-Log by David Gurteen on 20 January 2013

  Pause and Reflect
Posted to Gurteen Knowledge-Log by David Gurteen on 28 December 2013

  Pause & Reflect Take Two
Posted to Gurteen Knowledge-Log by David Gurteen on 27 January 2014

Book
  Action Learning (1995) by Krystynia Weinstein 
A Practical Guide for Managers

  Learning in Action (Apr 2000) by David A. Garvin
A Guide to Putting the Learning Organization to Work

  Learning to Fly (2001) (Jan 2001) by Chris Collison, Geoff Parcell
Practical Lessons from one of the World's Leading Knowledge Companies

  Proactive Reviews (Jan 2012) by Ditte Kolbæk 
How to make your organisation learn from experience

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  After Action Review [22 items]

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  Collaborative Work Presentation
A presenation I gave at Online Information 2002 Conference & Exhibition, London

  Learning to Fly Conference Materials, December 2004
The 6th Gurteen Knowledge Conference

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  A Leader's Guide to After-Action Reviews
AAR Manual for US Army

  BP
BP Corporate Site

  Centre for Army Lessons Learned
US Army AAR site

  Leadership - After Action Reviews
Short article on AARs by Donald Clark

Person
  Chris Collison Knowledge Consultant

  David A. Garvin Harvard Business School Professor

Quotation
  Why after action reviews fail by Peter Senge MIT-based author, researcher & educator


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