I wrote about agile team retrospectives in a recent article and find that the term retrospective can be used in many different ways. I’ve heard people ask, “Did you just change the name from lessons-learned to retrospective?” Although there are similarities, there are some key differences. Let’s review a few types and
I get a lot of questions about agile retrospectives from existing clients who are familiar with agile, those new to it, and folks who don’t use agile (so, yes: everyone!). This is one in a series of posts on retrospectives covering a variety of angles on the subject. [Agile Retrospective Resources has a list
There is a lot of information out there are agile retrospectives. I have a number of articles on them and there are plenty of places with information including blogs, websites, and books.
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I get a lot of questions about professional coaching – what is it, what do you mean by the word ‘coach’, is it the same as mentoring, is coaching just asking questions… and many more.
Who do you coach? I coach people. :) These may be individuals, pairs, couples, teams, organizations, or systems.