Retrospective Doctor: making Retrospectives better & more fun by François Bachmann
Retrospective Doctor: making Retrospectives better & more fun
Retrospectives are Agile's best kept secret: they can help you transform any team / division / company if applied in a good way (and their usefulness extends way beyond the business world, BTW).
But it's not always easy to introduce and facilitate them, and so I'd like to hold a workshop where we can share our successes, failures and develop ideas how to improve our retrospectives. I will also share some experience on introducing Retrospectives at an Enterprise level.
My role will be to kickstart the discussion and structure it, depending on the number of participants. I will also share some of my learnings and give advice on concrete problems encountered by participants.
1. Quick recall: what is the purpose of the Retrospective and how can it profit your company
2. Gathering questions / expectations from the participants
3. Clustering questions in themes (together)
4. Group work on themes (with my input)
This could also be organised as an "Open Space / Unconference" where participants can bring their questions / problems and decide themselves how to group to work on the themes.
|Constraints and Class Arrangement||
Needed: wall or pinboard for pinning cards, tables (for group work)
Helful: whiteboard, projector
|Last Updated||07 Feb 19:49|