Retrospectives are pretty standard in agile teams, perhaps so typical, that the regular retrospectives are not yielding the value expected and the goals of retrospectives initially presumed.
Retrospectives as a vehicle for continuous improvement, how does that work? How do you feel about retrospectives as Scrum Master, facilitator, participant?
Join our session to inspect your retrospectives, learn about an approach for retrospectives and get a few tips and tricks. The audience is anyone contributing, participating, facilitating retrospectives—beginner to intermediate.
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Good question! For us, maximising your learning effects is the goal. That is why we combine individual preparation (at your own pace and time) with classroom work. In the 2-day classroom part, we deepen the theoretical basis you acquired during the preparation and translate it into practice. We combine exercises in smaller groups (with real-life cases) with reflection and chunks of additional theory. We don’t use powerpoint for in-person training, but a lot of interaction and conversation, supported by striking (tailor-made) visuals that also serve as documentation later on. Our trainers are all experienced S3 coaches who have their feet firmly on the ground with our clients and are happy to share their insights and experiences