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The Multiple Audiences and Purposes of Post-Incident Reviews

The conventional rationale for undertaking some form of post-incident review (regardless of what you call this process) is to “learn from failure.” Given without much more specifics and context, this is, for the most part, a banal platitude aimed at providing at least a bit of comfort that someone is doing something in the wake of these surprising

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