Simple Retrospectives          Courtesy: http://www.flickr.com/photos/windriver/39627835
At regular intervals, the team reflectson howto become more effective, then tunesand adjustsits behavior accordingly.      ...
Iteration          Iteration   Iteration      Iteration   Iteration          Iteration            Plan                    ...
Regardless of what we discover, weunderstand and truly believe thateveryone did the best job they could,given what they kn...
MindsetCreate a safe place — no blameNo by standing — speak upGoals and measurementsFacilitate, dont “manage”Incremental, ...
Prep workGather data, gather thoughts -- review fromlast timeIs there trust (yet)?Technique: Anonymous question generatorP...
Stop, breathe, take a break.
How-toList what worked well; give recognitionList what we learnedList what we still don’t understandRecap last lists and c...
Five whysServer wont start. Why?Upgrades failed. Why?Tests didnt run. Why?Takes to long to run. No time. Why?Schedule pres...
...there are two different sources oflearning: learning from theexperiences of the past andlearning from the future as ite...
Linkshttp://www.slideshare.net/rpannone/conducting-an-agile-retrospectivehttp://www.slideshare.net/estherderby/agile-retro...
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    1. 1. Simple Retrospectives Courtesy: http://www.flickr.com/photos/windriver/39627835
    2. 2. At regular intervals, the team reflectson howto become more effective, then tunesand adjustsits behavior accordingly. — 12 Agile Principles
    3. 3. Iteration Iteration Iteration Iteration Iteration Iteration Plan Plan Plan Reflect Reflect Reflect
    4. 4. Regardless of what we discover, weunderstand and truly believe thateveryone did the best job they could,given what they knew at the time, theirskills and abilities, the resourcesavailable, and the situation at hand. — Keith Norman retrospectives.com
    5. 5. MindsetCreate a safe place — no blameNo by standing — speak upGoals and measurementsFacilitate, dont “manage”Incremental, testable steps
    6. 6. Prep workGather data, gather thoughts -- review fromlast timeIs there trust (yet)?Technique: Anonymous question generatorPoll the team mood and disposition
    7. 7. Stop, breathe, take a break.
    8. 8. How-toList what worked well; give recognitionList what we learnedList what we still don’t understandRecap last lists and compareBrainstorm what to do differentlyVote: Three dots each.1-3 Propositions — Maybe “6 hat” them
    9. 9. Five whysServer wont start. Why?Upgrades failed. Why?Tests didnt run. Why?Takes to long to run. No time. Why?Schedule pressure. Technical debt. Why?Getting to root cause. Lets address that thisiteration and measure improvement
    10. 10. ...there are two different sources oflearning: learning from theexperiences of the past andlearning from the future as itemerges — Otto Scharmer Theory U Maybe it’s not “retrospective”
    11. 11. Linkshttp://www.slideshare.net/rpannone/conducting-an-agile-retrospectivehttp://www.slideshare.net/estherderby/agile-retrospectives-4976896http://agilemanifesto.org/principles.htmlhttp://www.retrospectives.com/http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Six_Thinking_Hats
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