Join us for a discussion of Learning Reviews. What and how can we learn from failure?
- Dave Zwieback twitter, blog, github
- Caitlin Milligan Sheaffer twitter
- Lola Soto twitter
- Christopher Webber github, twitter
- Yulia Sheynkman about
- Robb Kidd github, twitter
- Mike Fiedler github, twitter, blog
- Nathen Harvey github, twitter, irc: nathenharvey, blog
- Beyond Blame: Learning From Failure and Success by Dave Zwieback
- Learning Reviews vs Performance Reviews and Postmortems
- Blameless Postmortems
- The History of the Book and The Postmortems Workshops
- Lola’s Postmortem Workshop Experience
- Identifying and Preventing Blame
- Understanding Risk
- Discount Rank (Why is an executive in the room?)
- Where do you start?
- Closing Comments
- Postmortems reveal a lot of opportunities for organizational change. There is ideally a channel for directing this to the right team. (And someone empowered/able to manage that process)
- Maybe you’d have an executives-only learning review about, say, a recent board meeting
- Assess the degree of organizational maturity when figuring out how to set up learning reviews for success.
- Other Resources:
- Food Fight Show 14 - Live Post-Mortem With David Zwieback, John Allspaw, and Mike Rembetsy
- Community Pulse podcast
- Dave’s new book!
- Incident Management for Operations by Rob Schnepp, Ron Vidal, and Chris Hawley (in early release at O’Reilly)
- Not Your Father’s Root Beer by Small Town Brewery
- Bone broth
- Elephant in the Room: How Relationships Make or Break the Success of Leaders and Organizations, Diana MacLane Smith
- Thanks for the Feedback, Douglas Stone
- Digital PM Summit from the Bureau of Digital
- Hamilton, a musical, and the Broadway cast recording on Spotify
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