The Agile Manifesto Retrospectives Questions Cards provide powerful questions to inspire your agile retrospectives and keep them valuable and effective.
In this guest blog, David Shaykewich describes how he has been doing retrospectives using the many moods and faces of Han Solo to help teams to reflect on their feelings.
I’m returning to eXperience Agile to give the workshop Making Agile Work for You. October 1, Lisbon, Portugal.
The Ukrainian translation of the Prime Directive has been added to the blog post Retrospective Prime Directive in many languages.
Are you a Scrum master? Then I'd like to hear what your favorite books are. Please cast your vote in the book poll below.
I’m giving the workshop Improving Organizational Agility in London on May 9, 2019, in collaboration with Agile Games Workshop. Ticket sales is ongoing, book your seat now.
I’m giving a full day workshop Increasing Agility with Retrospectives at ACE! Conference 2019 on May 22 in Krakow, Poland. Ticket sales has started.
The Agile Retrospective Smells Cards is a new deck of agile coaching cards to deal with situations and behavior that can hamper your agile retrospectives. Download them in my webshop.
In this article, I'll explore when you can gather the data that will be used as input in the retrospective and discuss the advantages and disadvantages of different approaches.
My book The Agile Self-assessment Game has been released. In my webshop, you can get packages of the book with the Agile Self-assessment Coaching Cards with a discount. The book is also available on Amazon and Leanpub.
I gave the talk Teams, what’s in it for me? How to (not) manage teams at the GrowIT 2018 conference on December 2, 2018.
I'm returning to XP Days Benelux in 2018 to play the impediment game in "Problem? What Problem?" on November 29 in Heeze, The Netherlands.