Each iteration has to better than the last,
so a successful retrospective is key. A retrospective is an act of looking at
our process, relations, tools and collectively working on ideas for
improvements. It’s not an easy thing to
do well, and while many teams might consider iteration retrospectives to be
useless, successful leaders find it to be the most valuable team ritual of all.
You will learn how to choose the right questions in various team phases, which tools are actually worth your money, and what are the key principles I use when designing and conducting iteration retrospectives with remote teams. Your teams will strengthen their bonds, improve confidence, ownership, and efficiency.
Product Owners, Scrum Masters, Agile Coaches, Project Managers, Team Leaders. If you want to improve your team’s process, if you value Kaizen, or if you work remotely or in a co-located team - it’s for you.
Team management, Kaizen