Retrospective Simulation: Better to See Once Than to Hear 100 Times
Retrospective is known to be one of the most valuable ceremonies in Scrum. This is an opportunity for the team to take a look back on the past Sprint and learn. Retrospectives can be frustrating or interesting and lively - a lot depends on the facilitator. There are a number of supporting tools on the market to help keeping Retrospectives engaging (and manageable if you work with distributed teams). Yet, there are also some base steps, which we should remember while holding retrospectives regardless of the chosen tool or method.
Outline/structure of the Session
Like it is said "Better to See Once Than to Hear 100 Times”, the goal of this simulation is to demonstrate retrospective on a typical Scrum team by keeping in mind fundamental steps which are essential to achieving a successful outcome.
By the end of this simulation you will know key facilitation techniques for holding an effective Retrospective.
Scrum Masters, Project Managers, Release Train Engineers, and anyone interested in learning about effective retrospective facilitation
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