101: Sprint Retrospective Ideas for Scrum Masters
[featured-image single_newwindow=”false”]David Faurio – Ryan Ripley – Ben Kopel[/featured-image]
Ryan Ripley is teaming up with Professional Scrum Trainer, Todd Miller to teach the Advanced Scrum Master (PSM-II) course this year. Whether you are a CSM or a PSM, this Advanced Scrum Master Course is the next step on the Scrum master journey, created and present by trainers from scrum.org – The Home of Scrum.
In this episode you’ll discover:
- New ideas to facilitate your Sprint Retrospectives
- How new formats can help bring out new insights from your Scrum Team
- Why following up on Sprint Retrospective actions is critical for team morale
Links from the show:
- Dixit Cards: https://amzn.to/2zXxwAb
- Retromat: https://retromat.org/en/
- Philip Rogers Trello Board: https://trello.com/b/<wbr />40BwQg57/retrospective-<wbr />techniques-for-coaches-scrum-<wbr />masters-and-other-facilitators
- Agile Coaching Summit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/agile-coaching-summit-2018-chicago-tickets-47829034931
- Esther Derby’s Retrospective Course: https://estherderby.teachable.com/p/retrospectives
- Contact David: firstname.lastname@example.org
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