Liberating Structures are easy-to-learn microstructures that enhance relational coordination and trust. They quickly foster lively participation in groups of any size, making it possible to truly include and unleash everyone. This story is about my experience in applying two Liberating Structures “Impromptu Networking” and “What, So What, Now What”, for facilitating a LeSS Overall Retrospective.
LeSS is Scrum. Large Scale Scrum is about figuring out how to apply the principles, purpose, elements, and elegance of Scrum in a large-scale context, as simply as possible. LeSS is
…applied to many teams
…on one product
At the end of the Sprint, all the teams have their individual Retrospectives. This is the same as a one-team Scrum Retrospective. Overall Retrospective is a new meeting in LeSS. Its purpose is to discuss cross-team, organizational and systemic problems within the organization. …
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On 27th February, on the World Retrospective day, We set out on an experiment to do a group retrospective with all our three in house development teams. We were almost nearing one year in the agile journey together and very excited about this new evaluation.
Before beginning, We agreed upon a time plan since we always had issues with keeping time in the meetings.