How to conduct an after-action review for a better season next year: 8 essential questions, 11 new opportunities.
By Sandi Leyva
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Now that the initial tax deadline is past us, it’s a good time to take a look back to see how things went and how they can be done better. This is called an after-action review, and it’s not the same as a de-brief or a post-mortem. It’s a great tool for large companies, and small businesses can benefit too.
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An after-action review is a fantastic process to help you look back at a project or period of your business to see what, why, and how things occurred and how they can be improved for the future. Taking a profit-focused view will help you get the most out of the idea.