This process creates a re-enactment and a narrative of a success to celebrate and understand it. This is part of the Active Replay suit of methods.
2. Helping people to see the serious side of a humorous incident (or vice-versa)
3. Agenda-raising (using an action replay as a sweep search for issues to review)
- For each team sharing their success divide the team into two sub groups.
- One subgroup takes the roles (people, objects, places, etc.) and re-enacts what the success was and happened to contribute to the success.
- The other team members narrate the story of the success or clarify why it happened, how it happened, what the outcomes were and the conclusion.
- Lead a discussion about the success.
Source: Roger Greenway, see article
Derived from: An earlier version of this appeared in Bulletin, Group Relations Training Association, (1983). This version was revised in 1996 as a handout for reviewing skills training. It includes references to material that now appears in 'Playback: A Guide to Reviewing Activities' (1993), published by the Duke of Edinburgh's Award in association with Endeavour Scotland, and written by Roger Greenaway.
Recognizable components: This is part of the Active Reviewing suite of methods.