Agile Retrospective: Continuous Improvement and Kaizen with Scrum
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Learn how to be confident while conducting Scrum. Whether you are a novice, an expert, or simply someone who wants the answer to the question—what is Sprint Retrospective?—this is definitely the class for you. Sprint Retrospective is a method for boosting your team’s efficiency.
The author explains the fundamentals of Agile Retrospective and how to organize Sprint Retrospective at an industrial level in a very simple way.
To get the best experience, all you need is a keen interest in Agile Scrum, a real need to improve your team or business, and the desire to improve continuously.
Each section features an overview of a particular aspect of holding a Sprint Retrospective and tips to organize it wonderfully. Examples are included throughout the course with interactive and quality resources. Everything is based on real-world experiences.
Paul Ashun is the CEO, managing director, and chief consultant at Pashun Consulting Ltd., which is a specialist in Scrum coaching and leadership within major global organizations. They are the authors of over 10 books on Scrum, such as Scrum Mega Pack, The Power of Scrum in the Real World, and Confessions of a Scrum Master as well as the upcoming Agile User Storybook. Paul’s journey began as a software developer at the BBC and over ten years later, his consulting experience took him to be an Agile portfolio manager. He is a certified Scrum master and a portfolio/PMO manager. He has led projects for the BBC, General Electric, Oracle, BSkyB, HiT Entertainment, and Razorfish. These roles have all involved leadership on a wealth of mobile, internet, TV, and web software projects. Having used both the Agile and non-Agile variants, Paul has fully understood that the Scrum framework has been the most successful framework for delivering a quality product. At the same time, Scrum gives ambitious businesses the flexibility to change requirements as needed in this modern world. He has been coaching product owners and business analysts in international blue-chip companies dating back to 1999, in Agile and Scrum practices such as writing user stories.