I'm currently reading, " Measure What Matters " by John Doerr. This post will be very short - really just a question. The American philosopher and educator, John Dewey, once said, " We do not learn from experience ... we learn from reflecting on experience. " As a leader, do you periodically take time to reflect on your experiences? If you and your team have just finished a project, has the entire team taken a moment to reflect on the project, what they learned, what went wrong, what went right? If you're not periodically taking time to reflect - how are you ever going to learn from your mistakes - or what you're doing right?