Agile Retrospective

Agile Retrospective

Presented at SP Digital

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Michael Cheng

December 02, 2016
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  1. AGILE RETROSPECTIVE Agile development as renewing cycles

  2. WHY RETROSPECTIVE? After a number of iterations (sprint), we usually

    wind down the period of intense product development with a “Retrospective”. Its a kind of post-mortem / evaluation on the sprint. This is a good time to make mid-course corrections in your project and processes. Allow your team to understand each other’s working style better.
  3. PRIME DIRECTIVE “Regardless of what we discover, we understand and

    truly believe that everyone did the best job they could, given what they knew at the time, their skills and abilities, the resources available, and the situation at hand.” Source: http://www.retrospectives.com/pages/retroPrimeDirective.html
  4. RETROSPECTIVE BOARD - What went well? What pleases you? -

    What didn’t go so well? What made you unhappy? - What confuses you? Questions you might still have? - Action Items - What we should do about these ideas?
  5. WHAT DO WE DO? 1. Each person take a post-it

    pad & marker. 2. Take next 10 minutes and jot down thoughts and comments for each of the 3 columns. One post-it for each thought. 3. Stick on Retro Board together. We’ll group similar post-its. 4. Go through together and you are encouraged to discuss freely. 5. Distill out action items as we go along.
  6. LET’S GO!