What is a Retrospect?
A structured facilitated meeting at the end of a project or major project stage, to capture knowledge before the team disbands.1 Key questions might include:
1.What was the objective of the project?
2.What were the successes?
3.What were the disappointments?
4.Marks out of ten for the project as a whole?
How can LKS deliver a Retrospect and what are the benefits?
LKS can encourage teams to conduct a Retrospect at the end of a project and volunteer to facilitate the process. Retrospects help capture lessons learned, tie up loose ends and ensure the key knowledge from a project has been retained. This could be turned into a Knowledge Asset that the library could share with users.
Knowledge Management goals achieved:
- Connecting people to best practice
- Connecting people to the evidence base
- Sharing learning
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Today is Christmas Jumper Day!
As we are now in December and the festive season fast approaches we would like to invite our LKS colleagues to participate in a Christmas Jumper competition. To enter please photograph members of your library team enrobed in festive splendour. These can tweeted to @HCLU2012 using #LKSJumpers or submitted via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org if you don’t have a twitter account. The rules (developed in consultation with library managers)
- Smile – it’s nearly Christmas
- Pictures to be taken in the library or workplace not at home
- Team entries preferred but individual/multiple entries are acceptable for dispersed or small teams
- Team managers/leads should participate too!!!
- Judging is entirely at the discretion of HCLU and will take place on the 21 December 2017
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