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Isaac Garcia
Director of Community and Retrospective Evangelist at Retrium

Try techniques like the 5 whys and the circles and the soup.

These keep the main thing the main thing. If the conversation starts to wander or if the team isn't getting deep enough, know when and how to facilitate... (More)

Isaac Garcia
Director of Community and Retrospective Evangelist at Retrium

If they are on the team, then yes.

Retrospectives are a critical element for the team's continuous improvement. Obviously you would want to educate the team on the value of the meeting and encourage them to attend. However if they... (More)

Isaac Garcia
Director of Community and Retrospective Evangelist at Retrium

I completely agree with Enrico about trying to keep it consistent and on the same day to minimize disruption.

Whatever you do, it is up to the SM or Agile Coach to teach the team and management how important the... (More)

Isaac Garcia
Director of Community and Retrospective Evangelist at Retrium

First of all, don't impose the changes.

Lead the team in understanding their challenges and in the discovery of benefit from experiments. Start with the smaller items the team feels comfortable taking responsibility to change and make the experiment, the... (More)