The Art of the Agile Retrospective 1 comment

Lessons learned have always been an important part of project management, but their visibility has increased even further as part of Agile methodologies, in the form of retrospectives.  So how do you conduct a successful lessons learned session or Agile retrospective?  JD Meier discusses the Art of the Agile Retrospective in this excellent MPUG article.

“Agile retrospectives are a powerful way to help teams go from good to great, and to help less than good teams, get better fast.   The value of a retrospective is the learning and insight that you can carry forward.  A retrospective is a look back with an open mind on the collective learning around what to start doing, stop doing, and continue doing.”  Read more…

About Kevin Archbold

Kevin Archbold, PMP, PMI-SP, has over 30 years of project management experience with large and small organizations in a variety of industries, including automotive, nuclear, telecommunications, trucking, IT, recruiting, mining, construction, and government. Kevin has presented at local and national levels within the Project Management Institute (PMI), is the winner of a local chapter PMI Project of the Year Award, and is the current president of a PMI Chapter.

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