Retrospectives Re-inventedGurpreet Singh
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The retrospective is one of the most powerful Agile ceremonies. They require you to learn from your experiences and challenge you to continuously improve.
In this interactive session, you’ll explore retrospectives in depth, including activities to bring out different personality types and patterns for different levels of team maturity.
Scrum has gifted a few Scrum Ceremonies to the world: Sprint Planning, Daily Standups, Backlog Grooming and the Sprint Retrospective. The Retrospective is one of the most important and the most powerful Ceremony.
Retrospectives are required to learn from the experience and improve upon. To he ever-growing competition, the Organizations need to learn a lot from their experience and change accordingly (Charles Darwin: Survival of the fittest).
If it is performed well, it can yield wonderful outcomes to improve anything/everything.
Over a period of time, the teams start feeling bored about the same Old Retrospective (Glad, Sad or Mad, etc) so a lot of Fun/engagement part needs to be added to the same.
In the current times, Retrospectives need a rebirth otherwise Retrospectives will die and the Learning curve will die as well!
How the retrospective got its groove back
Retrospectives are often one of the first team ceremonies to get dumped for time, or to fall flat as we repeat the same boring patterns. Yet, many voices tell us they are the single most important practice our teams could be doing!
We agree, and we will show you how to put some zip back into your retrospectives. Learn how to use a retrospective as the first-engagement with a new team; how to use the form to begin building trust and understanding in the team; and get your colleagues on the path to continuous self-improvement!
This session will take you beyond the Plus-Minus-Delta, By-The-Book format for a retrospective, explore the Derby-Larsen framework through activity demonstrations, and provide an opportunity for attendees to put this new knowledge into practice as they design a deeper, groovier retrospective to take back to their teams.