Agile Retrospectives: Sprint Retrospective: 29 tips for continuous improvement with Scrum

Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: Paul VII

Narrated By: Randal Schaffer

Publisher: Pashun Publishing

Date: May 2016

Duration: 1 hours 10 minutes


Agile retrospectives just got easier.

Sprint Retrospectives: 29 Tips for Continuous Improvement

This class contains proven steps and strategies on how to improve your sprint retrospective as part of an agile scrum team.

I know you will get value from this as it gives you a full introduction to agile scrum retrospectives and walks you step by step through carrying out and improving retrospectives in your team or business from the ground up. It also gives you plenty of examples. It tells you exactly how I have carried out retrospectives in practice and guides you through some common best practices based on extensive research. In this class you will learn:

A brief recap of agile and scrum principles
Why the retrospective is so powerful for continuous improvement
How to carry out retrospectives in your team or business like the pros
Concise tips and options for improving your retrospectives and taking them to the next level
So, are you ready to learn, improve, and master agile scrum retrospectives? Well, let's get into the next chapter and all will be revealed.

Table of Contents

Agile Project Management: 3
Sprint Retrospective: 3
29 tips for continuous improvement 3
Introduction 4
What is Agile Scrum? 6
What is the Sprint Retrospective? 8
Tip 1 - The Importance of Time Boxing 11
Tip 2 - Focus on Team Needs 12
Tip 3 - Put a stop to the Mundane 13
Tip 4 - Switch the Goal 14
Tip 5 - Take Lessons from Your Friends 15
Tip 6 - The Secret Box 16
Tip 7 - Open Retrospective 17
Tip 8 - Change the Facilitator 18
Tip 9 - Change the Style 19
Tip 10 - Accolades to the Team 20
Tip 11 - The Retro Radiator 21
Tip 12 - Creative retrospectives 22
Tip 13 - Involvement of Remote Teams 23
Tip 14 - Separate Discovery from Discussion 24