Getting Value out of Agile Retrospectives by Luis Goncalves helps you and your teams to do retrospectives effectively and efficiently. It’s a toolbox with many exercises for facilitating retrospectives, supported with the “what” and “why” of retrospectives, the business value and benefits that they bring, and advice for introducing and …
The tools and recipes in this book will help readers uncover and solve hidden and not-so-hidden problems with their technology and methodology. It offers tips to fix the problems faced on a software development project on an ongoing basis. A classic from Esther Derby and Dianna Larsen
While a team can rollback a code push that didn’t go well, refactor a feature that didn’t hit the mark, the one thing they can never recover is lost time. Use this retrospective technique to expose the thieves of time pestering your team,
Do you know what secret powers each of your team members possess? Do they know your superhuman capabilities? How do they help the team reach their shared goals? How might the detract? Use this retrospective technique to find out!
I’ve been thinking a great deal lately about team safety and the curse of organizational silence. That situation where people in all kinds of jobs, all kinds of organizations, all kinds of situations, reach a point where they want to say, “Enough.” They have the same uncomfortable realization: “I should do something about this.” Yet many remain silent. They don’t bring ideas forward.