Tag Archives: retrospective

Hansei and “being negative”

The success of a change program is dependent on many things. One of them is how the organisation deals with change. And how they learn what needs changing and whether the change was effective once introduced. I was reminded of … Continue reading

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Coaching – finding the challenges

For months I have been offering help to teams who might need it – coaching, training, facilitating, whatever. I can’t be dictatorial because that will just antagonise the team. So I need to get into the team and help them … Continue reading

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Retrospectives

Arguably the most powerful tool in the agilists kit is the regular retrospective. Done properly, these short meetings can have an amazing effect on a team’s effectiveness. This article by Lyssa Adkins emphasises why it is so much better than … Continue reading

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