chapter  13
11 Pages


WithMoria Levy

This conclusion presents some closing thoughts on the concepts discussed in the preceding chapters of this book. The book deals with the question of when to debrief. This question is relevant for organizations as well as for individuals. It is common to debrief on well-defined occasions either based on routine or other clearly defined occurrences. The book argues that making such a change and implementing the full life cycle is a journey. It reviews two of the many possible debriefing techniques. Two recommendations should be taken into consideration when selecting or developing a debriefing methodology. These are whatever methodology the organization chooses, it should be one that incorporates truly understanding the case's details and causes; and the organization should ensure that the chosen methodology focuses on the future; specifically on lessons that can be learned to improve future organizational performance.