Agile Retrospectives: it’s OK when something fails

For the 9th article in the Bits&Chips series I collaborated with Ben Linders.

Who’s Ben: He is one of the Agile Retrospectives Authorities and besides the book “getting Value out of Agile Retrospectives’. he gives many workshops on the topic. I am glad to have his ideas incorporated in the article.

Outline of the article: We describe that learning is a part of SCRUM and the way to become great. It’s OK if something fails, as long as you learn from it. Retrospectives are within SCRUM one of the moments to gather the learnings and make plans for improvements. The article gives an overview of some techniques that you can use and some questions you can ask in order to have valuable retrospective meetings.

Where do I get the article: You can read the article in the latest edition of Bits&Chips magazine or read it here (sorry Dutch only): Agile in de echte wereld deel 9: Agile Retrospectives

About derkjandegrood

Derk-Jan de Grood, works for Squerist as senior test consultant and agile advisor. As Trainer, Consultant and Agile Coach, he is involved with improvements and agile implementations. Derk-Jan is the author of several successful books including TestGoal, Grip on IT and the Dutch Testers association’s jubilee book on future trends in testing. In 2016 he published “Agile in the Real World”, a book on SCRUM. Derk-Jan won several awards including the prestigious European Testing Excellence Award in 2014
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2 Responses to Agile Retrospectives: it’s OK when something fails

  1. benlinders says:

    I enjoyed teaming up with you Derk-Jan on Agile Retrospectives. There’s great stuff in the article that can help readers to get more value out of their agile retrospectives.

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