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Retrospectives: Best Practices, Common Problems and New Ideas

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My presentation on retrospectives for the Phoenix Scrum User's Group May 2012 meeting.

My presentation on retrospectives for the Phoenix Scrum User's Group May 2012 meeting.

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  • 1. Retrospectives Best Practices, Common Problems and New IdeasWednesday, May 2, 12
  • 2. This Guy Clayton Lengel-Zigich Certified Scrum Master Certified Scrum Product Owner Certified Scrum Professional clayton@integrumtech.com @claytonlzWednesday, May 2, 12
  • 3. Retrospective?Wednesday, May 2, 12
  • 4. Retrospective? A Scrum Ceremony!Wednesday, May 2, 12
  • 5. Retrospective? A Scrum Ceremony! and... Three Questions!Wednesday, May 2, 12
  • 6. Retrospective? A Scrum Ceremony! and... Three Questions! and... Timeboxed!Wednesday, May 2, 12
  • 7. Retrospective? Retrospectives support inspect/adaptWednesday, May 2, 12
  • 8. When?Wednesday, May 2, 12
  • 9. When to Retrospect? End of the SprintWednesday, May 2, 12
  • 10. When to Retrospect? End of the Sprint End of the ReleaseWednesday, May 2, 12
  • 11. When to Retrospect? End of the Sprint End of the Release End of _________Wednesday, May 2, 12
  • 12. How?Wednesday, May 2, 12
  • 13. How Set The Stage • Happy face, sad face or meh face • Thumbs up, down or sideways • Word to describe the sprint • ... or a movie • ... or an emotionWednesday, May 2, 12
  • 14. How Gather Data • Plus, Minus, Delta • Mad, Sad, Glad • Start, Stop, Keep • Anchor, Paddle, Sail • Team RadarWednesday, May 2, 12
  • 15. Gathering Data Start Stop KeepWednesday, May 2, 12
  • 16. How Generate Insights • Mute Mapping • Control, Influence, The Soup • Shu, Ha, Ri • Team Radar • Circle of QuestionsWednesday, May 2, 12
  • 17. Generating Insights Te am Te s t i ng t e r r up t io ns In at es st imWednesday, May 2, 12 E
  • 18. Generating Insights Commitment Fo e ss cu s nn O pe Co e ct ur sp ag R e eWednesday, May 2, 12
  • 19. How Decide What to Do • S.M.A.R.T. GoalsWednesday, May 2, 12
  • 20. Smart Goals Specific Measurable Attainable Relevant Timely/TimeboxedWednesday, May 2, 12
  • 21. up Smart Goals t io ns By the end of the next sprint, we will St a n du p have determined a new standup time that works for all members of the teamWednesday, May 2, 12
  • 22. How Closing •AppreciationsWednesday, May 2, 12
  • 23. Appreciations BOB JOE Joe, I appreciate you for...Wednesday, May 2, 12
  • 24. How Set The Stage Gather Data Generate Insights Decide What to Do ClosingWednesday, May 2, 12
  • 25. Resources Buy. This. Book.Wednesday, May 2, 12
  • 26. Resources •Software for your Head: Core Protocols - Jim McCarthy, Michele McCarthy •Gamestorming - Dave Gray •Innovation Games - Luke Hohmann •Tastycupcakes.com •Facilitators Guide to Participatory Decision Making - Sam KanerWednesday, May 2, 12
  • 27. http://claytonlz.comWednesday, May 2, 12

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