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When your Sprint Retrospective rolls around, do you hear groans and reluctant sighs?
Are you rehashing the same old problems and nothing ever changes?
Do your retrospectives turn into a blame and shame session?
Are they so predictable that team members make up buzzword bingos for them?
Retrospectives Don’t Have to Be Like That!
In the Guide to Effective Agile Retrospectives, we help you create retrospectives that don’t suck.
- Common misunderstandings – let’s clear those up
- What a retrospective should and shouldn’t do
- Who should attend, and why
- Familiar challenges (and complaints) – how to address them
- Negative patterns – see them, fix them
- Elements to build a retrospective that your team won’t hate
- Samples and activities to keep things fun and engaging, but still effective
- Systems Thinking – what is it and why it’s important
- Dot voting – the good and bad of it, and other options available
- Facilitating a good retrospective – more of an art than a science
- SMART Goals and experiments
- Retrospectives with distributed and multi-teams
- More tips and tricks collected from countless personal and client experiences
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