In this course, Agilisto Luke Angel outlines the tools needed to successfully run a great retrospective. Including the five phases: setting the right direction, getting all of the issues on the table, gathering insights from the team, making decisions, and finally, applying the changes. He will make you starfish and then PANCAKE, Yup their as funny as they sound buy hey they work, diagrams to identify challenges and opportunities for process improvement, and show how to close a retrospective with clear action items.
An agile retrospective allows a team to continuously improve and get better together. This simple practice lets members step back from the day-to-day challenges with product delivery. Instead they focus on the team. “What are we doing well? What can we do better?” The answers to these questions help the team create a more agile mindset. They will be self-organized and more productive. Instead of a postmortem at the end of the project, they will have health checks throughout the project.
- How To Work With A Distributed Team
- Starting Retrospectives – Surprising Topic I Know
- Purpose Of Agile Retrospectives
- What the heck a facilitator is.
- Five phases of retrospectives
- Choosing an ideal meeting space
- Identify Issues And Ways To Improve
- Setting goals using SMART criteria
- Pancake Retrospectives: Hold the Syrup
- Asking good questions
- Making team decisions
- Closing out an agile retrospective
- How To Get The Team Talking
- Starfish Diagrams – Yeah it’s a real thing