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Performance Assessment with Impact: Studying Film Like a Pro

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Strategies of football film study and how you can use them to strengthen performance and risk assessments in your delivery organization.

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Performance Assessment with Impact: Studying Film Like a Pro

  1. 1. GRIDIRONOPS Performance Assessment with Impact: Studying Film Like A Pro @RealKatieRoserose_katherine@bah.com
  2. 2. About me… • Defensive End • 4 years w/ NY Sharks • 2 years as Marketing Director • 2013 2nd Team All-American • 2014 All-American • UI/UX & Web Developer • Sr. Consultant at Booz Allen Hamilton • 14 Years on the “Operations Side” @RealKatieRoserose_katherine@bah.com
  3. 3. What’s Film Got to Do with It? • Postmortems & Performance Assessment • Encouraging accountability while minimizing blame rose_katherine@bah.com @RealKatieRose
  4. 4. What’s Film Got to Do with It? • Gathering and distilling relevant performance and environment information • Turning information into actionable strategy rose_katherine@bah.com @RealKatieRose
  5. 5. Study how to study. • Develop a system. • Take notes. • Know what you’re looking at. rose_katherine@bah.com @RealKatieRose
  6. 6. Emphasize Quality and Access. • Choose the best angles & minimize blind spots. • Every member of the team should have access to view film at all times. rose_katherine@bah.com @RealKatieRose
  7. 7. When to Study: Before • Study your upcoming challenges and the teams that have already encountered them. • How have they succeeded? • How have they failed? rose_katherine@bah.com @RealKatieRose
  8. 8. When to Study: Before • Identify tendencies & risks then build a mitigation plan. • Define and practice techniques to address them. rose_katherine@bah.com @RealKatieRose
  9. 9. When to Study: During • Scrums / Status meetings • Identify strengths and weaknesses in the active landscape. • Collectively define and execute adjustments. rose_katherine@bah.com @RealKatieRose
  10. 10. When to Study: After • Assess EVERY completed project, not just the ones that failed. • Identify techniques/plays that were effective. rose_katherine@bah.com @RealKatieRose
  11. 11. Who You Study with Matters. • Leveraging your own study techniques with the benefits of group collaboration. rose_katherine@bah.com @RealKatieRose
  12. 12. Study Individually. • Again, take notes. • Take your time. rose_katherine@bah.com @RealKatieRose
  13. 13. Study Individually. •Focus on: • Technique • Awareness • Effort • Skill • Reading & Reacting rose_katherine@bah.com @RealKatieRose
  14. 14. Study In Small Groups. • Small groups with varying but related roles and skillsets. rose_katherine@bah.com @RealKatieRose
  15. 15. Study In Small Groups. • Accelerate comprehension. • Build trust and teamwork. rose_katherine@bah.com @RealKatieRose
  16. 16. Study with the Whole Team. • Includes coaches • Advocacy and accountability rose_katherine@bah.com @RealKatieRose
  17. 17. Prioritize It. • It’s not a differentiator, it’s a requirement. • Consider it homework, and report back your results, even when uneventful. rose_katherine@bah.com @RealKatieRose
  18. 18. Break it down. • Focus on individual interactions. • Understand how each interaction affects others and impacts the result. rose_katherine@bah.com @RealKatieRose
  19. 19. Be honest with yourself. rose_katherine@bah.com @RealKatieRose
  20. 20. Seriously, be honest with yourself. rose_katherine@bah.com @RealKatieRose

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