A look at how to optimize your agile processes by removing any wasteful processes, or as it is known in Japanese, Muda.
Recently, at my current project, we have been going on a journey to make impactful, sustainable improvements to the team and the way we work. This has mainly been facilitated through sprint retrospectives
Sometimes retrospectives fall into the realm of time wasting rituals. Join me as I take a look at how we can get things back on track again.
As the saying goes, "If you can't measure it, you can't improve it"
I recently came across a episode on Agile for Humans where they described the concept of Standup Poker. I was actually quite intrigued by it, and I could see how it could potentially
Recently, I started allowing other people to run our teams sprint planning and retrospectives. So far, this has had numerous benefits for the team such as allowing more time for myself to do
At the end of each retrospective, your team will probably feel inspired as they may now have a clearer understanding of the issues at hand or because they know that changes that are
One of the things that will contribute to the success of the retrospective is the facilitator and how they go about doing the retrospective. In an ideal world, this person should be a
In the previous post we looked at why retrospectives can be valuable to an organization. Essentially, no one knows the full story and each person has their own part to tell. In using
Continuing on from the current theme of running a useful and beneficial retrospective, today I would like to focus on preparing for a retrospective. At first you may dismiss this as being something
Most people these days are running in some sort of agile methodology where you have frequent planning sessions, releases and retrospectives. Personally, I quite like this methodology as it provides a tight feedback