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The Power of Reflection

Using Retrospectives to reflect and adapt

In this blog article, we explore the power of reflection for teams conducting Retrospectives and how they use their findings to improve internal processes.

Reflection is a powerful action. It provides us with an opportunity to take time to think about the work we have completed and learn from those experiences.

Reflection is a muscle, the more we practice, the better we become at it. Reflecting regularly empowers




Agile Mindset, Adaptive Management and Servant Leadership insights that you can use from an experienced agile practitioner and passionate blogger.

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Luke Pivac

Luke Pivac

A Senior Scrum Master helping teams and stakeholders succeed by using an agile mindset. An experienced Delivery Lead and published author. PSM-1, MSP5, ICP-APM

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