DiscoverScrum Master Toolbox PodcastHow to host impactful Agile Retrospectives | Leslie McCormack
How to host impactful Agile Retrospectives | Leslie McCormack

How to host impactful Agile Retrospectives | Leslie McCormack

Update: 2020-02-17
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Retrospectives are an important ceremony for Agile teams. The goal of the retrospectives is to help the teams assess their practices, learn and improve. Without that ceremony, Scrum would not be an Agile practice. After all the manifesto clearly states: “At regular intervals, the team reflects on how to become more effective, then tunes and adjusts its behavior accordingly.”

So, it’s no surprise that when Leslie struggled with her first retrospective, she went about learning how to host better, more engaging, and more impactful retrospectives. 

 

About Leslie McCormack

Leslie is a full-time Scrum Master. Prior to that Leslie was a Project Manager, and started her career as a mainframe database developer (COBOL, HCL, DB2, Oracle, Unix). After that, she moved on to Java support for a few years. Finally, she transitioned to an analyst role, and it was in that role that she first encountered Agile and Scrum.

You can link with Leslie McCormack on LinkedIn.

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How to host impactful Agile Retrospectives | Leslie McCormack

How to host impactful Agile Retrospectives | Leslie McCormack