Getting Value out of Agile Retrospectives

Hi guys, I want to use this post to introduce a topic I will discuss during next few weeks. Me and my colleague Ben Linders we are writing a pocket book about agile retrospectives. The title of this book is: “Getting Value out of Agile Retrospectives“.

The main target are: Agile coaches, scrum masters, project or product managers or facilitators who have at least some experience with doing agile retrospectives. They know the purpose of them, how they fit into agile / scrum, and how to arrange and perform them. This book will deliver practical description of agile retrospectives and how to do them, as well as an inspiration to different agile retrospective techniques and good practices in doing them.

Based on the previous information I want to use this blog to get a feedback from you. During following weeks I will publish several posts that will cover agile retrospective exercises and I would like to get some comments which would enable me to improve a content for the final version.

Below you can find some of the exercises that will be part of the book(Ben’s exercises are not here).

In conclusion, I would like to ask you to leave as much feedback as possible so that I can improve the outcome of this book.

In case you are interested in Agile Retrospectives I am at the moment preparing an AGILE RETROSPECTIVES PROGRAM. This is a complete self-study program where you will learn anything that you need to become a great Agile Retrospectives facilitator.

Getting Value out of Agile Retrospectives
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