DiscoverScrum Master Toolbox PodcastThe importance of action points as a Agile Retrospective outcome | Izis Filipaldi
The importance of action points as a Agile Retrospective outcome | Izis Filipaldi

The importance of action points as a Agile Retrospective outcome | Izis Filipaldi

Update: 2019-10-171
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As Scrum Masters, we aim to help teams progress in their ability to deliver value. However, it is important that we ask a few questions of the team behavior when reflecting on our own performance. We discuss some of the questions that Scrum Masters can ask to assess their own impact on the teams they serve.

Featured Retrospective Format for the Week: Focusing on action points

Although Izis prefers to use the 3-question retrospective format, she tends to not follow that format strictly. In this segment, we also discuss the importance of having a strong focus on defining and following-up on the action points from retrospectives.

 

About Izis Filipaldi

Izis' mission is to help people to improve their knowledge and professional value inside organizations, applying the agile way of working. She has been working as an Agile Coach for more than 7 years, helping people to deliver products, developing an environment free of judgments where they can fail fast and learn faster. Continuous improvement of: people knowledge, product delivery, and work environment, are her 3 main focus on work. And she loves what she does!

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The importance of action points as a Agile Retrospective outcome | Izis Filipaldi

The importance of action points as a Agile Retrospective outcome | Izis Filipaldi