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Effective “lessons learned” sessions: a better way to learn from your mistakes

We learn from our mistakes. This is an age-old adage that we have been taught since our birth. But do we apply this to every aspect of our lives? Most of us don’t. Project management is not an exception. These “lessons learnt” need not only be mistakes that we learn from. During each project, there might The post Effective “lessons learned” sessions: a better way to learn from your mistakes appeared first on AlphaGamma.
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