Agile Retrospective: Continuous Improvement and Kaizen with Scrum

Learn continuous improvement and kaizen to improve your team or business with agile retrospectives and scrum

  • 42 Videos
  • 1 hours 22 minutes
  • 31 Happy Students

About the course

What is Sprint Retrospective?

It is a method for boosting your team’s efficiency. Based on my experience, it is the perfect way to learn from the past and take that learning to learn new in the upcoming sprints.

In this course you will learn:

  • Concise overview of sprint retrospective - Including 29 easy tips to hold a sprint retrospective successfully
  • The facts based on real industry experience and research. The correct terminology and use of proper methods is essential to mastering it. My experience in industry and research into the topic has been used to give you a solid grounding in the most concise way possible.
  • 42 Videos
  • 1 hours 22 minutes
  • 31 Happy Students

Courses Outline

Lesson 1: Introduction
Free
Introduction
1:06
Pashun Consulting Intro
0:13
Agile Scrum Recap
3:13
What is the Sprint Retrospective?
0:56
Retrospectives - Explanation of Concept
0:39
Key Elements of a Good Retrospective
3:52
Lesson 2: Tips 1-7
How to Run a Sprint Retrospective
3:00
Tip 1 - The Importance of Time Boxing
1:23
Tip 2 - Focus on Team Needs
1:25
Tip 3 - Put a Stop to the Mundane
1:40
Tip 4 - Switch the Goal
1:33
Tip 5 - Take Lessons from Your Friends
1:50
Tip 6 - The Secret Box
1:41
Tip 7 - Open Retrospective
1:29
Lesson 3: Tips 8-14
Retrospective Regret
10:20
Tip 8 - Change the Facilitator
1:41
Tip 9 - Change the Style
1:26
Tip 10 - Accolades to the Team
1:51
Tip 11 - The Retro Radiator
1:49
Tip 12 - Creative retrospectives
1:52
Tip 13 - Involvement of Remote Teams
1:32
Tip 14 - Separate Discovery from Discussion
2:06
Lesson 4: Tips 15-21
How to Explain why The Sprint Retrospective Works
1:20
Tip 15 - Avoid Assumptions
2:26
Tip 16 - Taking Cue from Previous Retrospectives
1:54
Tip 17 - Draw out the Problems, Successes and Opportunities
2:08
Tip 18 - Roundtable Discussion
2:06
Tip 19 - Voting For Essential Items to Act Upon
1:59
Tip 20 - Use the Five Whys to Get to the Root of the Problem
1:55
Tip 21 - Make an Action Plan for Your Top Priorities
2:46
Lesson 5: Tips 22-29
Sprint Retrospective Checklist
1:13
Tip 22 - Allocate Exclusive Time for Actions of Improvement
1:50
Tip 23 - Formal Artifacts to Record Your Retrospectives
2:09
Tip 24 - Design a Working agreement
1:57
Tip 25 - Give Ample Time to Answer
2:21
Tip 26 - Allow The Team To Improve During The Sprint
2:12
Tip 27 - Go By A Retrospective Pattern
2:53
Tip 28 - One at A Time
2:23
Tip 29 - Improve How You Capture Visible Notes
2:10
Conclusion
0:25
Reviews and Discussion
Lesson 6: Bonus
Bonus Lecture
  • 42 Videos
  • 1 hours 22 minutes
  • 31 Happy Students