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Retrospective with KPT method - Do not mix “Problem phase” and “Try phase” -

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October 16, 2017

Retrospective with KPT method - Do not mix “Problem phase” and “Try phase” -

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October 16, 2017
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  1. Retrospective with KPT method - Do not mix “Problem phase”

    and “Try phase” -
  2. 2 Retrospective’s purpose From Scrum Guide (http://www.scrumguides.org/docs/scrumguide/v2016/2016-Scrum-Guide- US.pdf) The Sprint

    Retrospective is an opportunity for the Scrum Team to inspect itself and create a plan for improvements to be enacted during the next Sprint. In My word Finding our strong point and weak point. Then, thinking how we can improve us by ourselves.
  3. 3 KPT One of the style for retrospective. Keep :

    • What was good for you or us ? • Why were that good things brought? / Why could you or we do good achievement? Problem : • What was NOT good for you or us? • Why what was happened? Try : • What can we do for improving “keep” points? • What can we do for improving “problem” points? • What do you want to do?
  4. 4 Point : Problem and Try are “Isolated”. Keep Problem

    Try Time line Deeply digging “problem” • What was happened? • Why was it occurred? Finding solution • What can we do? Do NOT mix them!!
  5. 5 Why shouldn’t we “mix” ? Sometimes human try to

    go to answer easy. OMG, this is 5th late in this month! I must buy a good alarm clock…! Is it really correct solution ???
  6. 6 First, let’s “dig problem more” Why is it occurred?

    • Does he play game until late night? • Does he have too match work and leave office late every day? • Doesn't he have any clock?
  7. 7 Then, we can think about “solution” as Try. Why

    is it occurred? • Does he play game to late night? → Then, he should stop that first. • Does he have too match work and leave office late every day? → Then, he should reconsider amount of work • Doesn't he have any clock? → Then, he should consider a purchasing of clock In this case, an alarm clock doesn’t solve the problem
  8. 8 Conclusion : At each phase, concentrate to that phase!

    Keep Problem Try Time line What was happened? Why was it occurred? What can we do? Do NOT mix them!! What was happened? Why was the success key?