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Agile Retrospective Structure

Explaining the whys and wherefores of each step of a Retro and a Postmortem

A picture showing start, stop, continue signs as per one kind of a Retrospective.
Start, Stop, Continue — photos by Jon Tyson, Luke van Zyl, Colin Maynard on Unsplash.

Scrum is all about Inspecting and Adapting while providing Transparency. Sprint Retrospective is one of the most prominent events to radiate these values. It means achieving continuous improvement by constantly learning from our experience.




Content by and for Scrum Practitioners.

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Agile Coach and Content Creator at Agile State of Mind and Head of Agile Practice in Fyllo

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