Monday, 28 February 2011
I spent the last couple of days facilitating lessons-identification meetings in Sweden, and it reinforced to me that there are really two beneficiaries from these meetings.
Firstly they also become conscious of what they have learned. Until we discuss as a group, they are largely uncionscious of their learning.
Secondly the discussion itself is very therapeautic, especially when you are reviewing a project that went wrong. Project teams are often too busy, or never take the time, to talk through some of the challenges and shocks and problems and disasters. WHich of course we have to doi before we can draw out the learning. Often when conducting these meetings it feels a little but like group therapy or analysis.
But in a good way!