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Improving Agile Retrospectives: Helping Teams Become More Efficient, 1/e [electronic resource] / Loeffler, Marc.

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Loeffler, Marc, author.
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Addison-Wesley Professional, 2017.
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1 online resource (272 pages)
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1st edition
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Retrospectives are a key pillar of successful agile adoption and transformation, and an indispensable tool for changing culture. They’re not only valuable in an agile context: they can be used whenever continuous improvement processes are needed, from “lessons-learned” workshops in traditional project management to enterprise-wide change management. Agile Retrospectives Done Quickly introduces powerful, concise techniques for leading and participating in retrospectives that move faster and deliver more value. Leading agile coach/trainer Marc Loeffler offers practical, actionable instruction and detailed, results-focused examples, showing how to recognize and overcome the pitfalls often encountered in retrospectives. He shares valuable insights on distributed, solution-oriented, and systemic retrospectives, and offers expert advice on adapting retrospectives to your own unique needs. Loeffler integrates breakthrough concepts (such as using experimentation and learning from system thinking) -- but he also presents small ideas that make a big difference, because they’re deeply grounded in real experience.
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Online resource; Title from title page (viewed December 29, 2017)