Join the conversation: How to Rock your Retros, Thu, Apr 15, 1:00 PM (EDT)

Check out How to Rock your Retros, Thu, Apr 15, 1:00 PM (EDT) – part of a series of online events meant to be more discussion / peer learning than canned webinar. Danny Presten, Chief Methodologist and Founder of the Agile.ai Community, will lead a conversation on how to make sprint retrospectives more than a than a checkbox exercise.

Register here https://events.agile.ai/events/details/digitalai-events-presents-how-to-rock-your-retros/

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To get you thinking, here are a few blog posts from elsewhere

For a detailed breakdown on what not to do, read 21 Sprint Retrospective Anti-Patterns

https://www.scrum.org/resources/blog/21-sprint-retrospective-anti-patterns

Here’s a scrum.org article on how retros work with a distributed team, a particularly big topic over the past year

https://www.scrum.org/resources/blog/remote-agile-part-5-remote-retrospective-distributed-team

The trainers at Mountain Goat Software offer this perspective on Four Common Problems with Retrospectives (including letting them be boring). Are these issues for your team?

https://www.mountaingoatsoftware.com/blog/overcoming-four-common-problems-with-retrospectives

Another interesting question: What Role Should a Scrum Master take in a Sprint Retrospective? – as in, the retrospective is supposed to be for the team, so the Scrum Master participate at all? If so, how to participate productively but without dominating the conversation?

https://www.scrum.org/resources/blog/what-role-should-scrum-master-take-sprint-retrospective

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Thanks David! Looking forward to joining this one.

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Great article thanks for sharing that!

Now, we just need to get folks participating in the live sessions to keep the conversation going here.