DiscoverScrum Master Toolbox PodcastThe Flow Retrospective, helping Scrum teams make better decisions | Christian Hofstetter
The Flow Retrospective, helping Scrum teams make better decisions | Christian Hofstetter

The Flow Retrospective, helping Scrum teams make better decisions | Christian Hofstetter

Update: 2020-06-18
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Christian has been thinking hard about the question of what success means for Scrum Masters. He describes how the role of the Scrum Master must have a “risk” perspective, and be about minimizing risk. In this episode, we discuss what that may mean for Scrum Masters and what practices help with that goal.

Featured Retrospective Format for the Week: The Flow Retrospective

Christian shares his idea on “The Flow Retrospective”, which describes and illustrates how Agile software development can help teams reach much higher productivity and predictability. In this retrospective, Christian helps the team analyze and understand flow metrics to help them make better decisions. 

In this segment, we refer to Actionable agile metrics from Dan Vacanti and The #NoEstimates book by Vasco Duarte.

 

About Christian Hofstetter

Christian is an enthusiastic Release Train Engineer, Certified Professional Co-Active Coach, and Facilitator who started his agile journey as a Product Owner. Later he turned his back on technology and focused on people and relationships. He is passionate about creating space for people and teams to be the best they can be.

You can link with Christian Hofstetter on LinkedIn.

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The Flow Retrospective, helping Scrum teams make better decisions | Christian Hofstetter

The Flow Retrospective, helping Scrum teams make better decisions | Christian Hofstetter