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Workshop: So You Think You Know Retrospectives?

Presenter: Corinna Baldauf  

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Time Slot: Wednesday 14:00 - 15:45

 

Zürich 1 & 2

 

Session Type: Long Form Workshop

 

Duration: 1 Hour 45 minutes

 

Themes: Retrospectives, Agile Practice, tutorial, facilitation

A shockingly high number of people think they know retrospectives while imagining a shared spreadsheet with 3 columns: “Went well”, “Not so good”, and “Do Differently”.  That’s sad!

 

This workshop covers the Why? and How? of effective retrospectives – based on the 5 phases from “Agile Retrospectives” by Esther Derby and Diana Larsen. We’ll immediately try out concrete activities so that you experience what engaging activities feel like.

 

So if you think you know retrospectives but so far they weren’t convincing, come and re-check the basics. And if you’re a beginner, this workshop will enable you to run your first retrospective.

Speaker's Bios

Corinna Baldauf (aka @findingmarbles) has facilitated hundreds of retrospectives, starting in 2010. She has helped thousands to run better retrospectives via Retromat, her blog, books and the occasional workshop for a team. She also has non-retro-related interests, and suffice it to say that she’s a sucker for bad puns.

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