One of the big questions as you reflect is also very simple: Would you use that technology again? And, of course, you will want to follow that up with an articulate understanding of why or why not. Taking the time to draw your thoughts into cohesion about this will help you going forward, regardless of whether the tool was a success or turned out to be kind of a bust. Knowing why things went well or poorly can help you optimize a successful tool, find additional resources to improve future usage, empower you to find something that is a better fit, or prepare you to advocate to continue or replace the existing technology.  In short, reflection — in as concrete a form as possible — will drive future conversations and decisions around your usage.

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