Extreme Pairing Retrospective

Zoltán Ludányi, one of my customers for whom I did an in-house retrospective workshop, designed a retrospective exercise where team members pair up to discuss why, when and how to do specific agile practices. Purpose of the exercise is to involve minorities and introverts into the team's improvements and actions. Here it is: the Extreme Pairing Retrospective!

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Summary of Sense and Respond in 15 Tweets

The book Sense and Respond is about listening to customers, using experimentation, and learning to build great products. It shows how an agile mindset can be applied throughout organizations, both by business managers and developers, to create a digital business.

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Retrospective classic: Mad Sad Glad

Mad Sad Glad is a classic exercise that you can use in your agile retrospectives. It helps teams to look for things that make them happy, sad, or drive them mad, and to decide how they want to address these things working together as a team.

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Futurespective: Building Awesome Products

What if you need to deliver the best possible software products? High quality products that do everything that your users need in a great way, products that your users will love? Here's a futurespective exercise that you can use in your agile retrospectives if your teams want to build awesome products.

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Spice up Agile Retrospectives – with a Discount!

I'm giving the mini-workshop exercises to spice up your agile retrospective at Agile Cambridge on Thursday September 28. For everyone who's coming to Agile Cambridge there's a discount of 25% on my ebook Getting Value out of Agile Retrospectives.

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