Difference between revisions of "Agile Retrospective Resource Wiki"
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If you've come up with a [[Retrospective Plans| retrospective]] you think worked really well and is worth sharing, or have [[Tools]] or [[Tips & tricks | Tips & Tricks]] please share them here. You will have to [[Special:
If you've come up with a [[Retrospective Plans| retrospective]] you think worked really well and is worth sharing, or have [[Tools]] or [[Tips & tricks | Tips & Tricks]] please share them here. You will have to [[Special:| request an account]] to do so, which will have to be approved by the administrator ([http://twitter.com/@robbowley @robbowley]). Sorry for the bureaucracy but the wiki gets hammered by spam bots!
Latest revision as of 13:28, 12 December 2016
This is a resource for sharing retrospective plans, tips & tricks, tools and ideas to help us get the most out of our retrospectives. Retrospectives play a crucial role in software teams. It is time specifically put aside to reflect on how the team is performing and what can be done to improve.
"[...] a meeting held by a project team at the end of a project or process (often after a certain number of iterations) to discuss what was successful about the project or time period covered by that retrospective, what could be improved, and how to incorporate the successes and improvements in future iterations or projects." - Wikipedia
The process of retrospecting is at the heart of Scrum (Inspect and Adapt), eXtreme Programming (fix it when it breaks) and Lean Software Development (Kaizen or Continuous Improvement)
If you've come up with a retrospective you think worked really well and is worth sharing, or have Tools or Tips & Tricks please share them here. You will have to request an account to do so, which will have to be approved by the administrator (@robbowley). Sorry for the bureaucracy but the wiki gets hammered by spam bots!
A constantly evolving list of retrospective plans you could try for either specific situations or to simply mix things up to stop them going stale.
Smaller exercises which can be used on their own or as part of larger sessions. Examples of use may be to break the ice, gauge the temperature or remind people of significant events.
Currently a random collection of quick tips to ensure you're getting the most from your retrospectives
A list of common problems that have occurred with retrospectives and suggestions on how to deal with them.
A "retrospective for retrospectives". Used to gather a lot of the original content on this site.
Links to other places you can find out about retrospectives.
This wiki was set up and is maintained by Rob Bowley. Please get in touch if you have any questions or thoughts on how to improve the wiki.