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Agile Gurugram 2022 - Jyoti Mittal | How Successful Teams Practice Effective Retrospective

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Agile Gurugram 2022 - Jyoti Mittal | How Successful Teams Practice Effective Retrospective

  1. 1. Oct 29, 2022 Agile Gurugram 2022 How Successful team practice Effective Retrospective
  2. 2. 2 agilegurugram.com Certified Scrum Professional, Certified Scrum Master and Agile (Kanban) thought leader with 14+ years of Experience around various organization like Infosys, HCL , R Systems, Fiserv , Currently with Publicis Sapient as Manager Agile Program Management Know your speaker…
  3. 3. 3 agilegurugram.com Agenda Context Mental Block & Challenges How we can make it Effective Look out for Ani-pattern
  4. 4. 4 agilegurugram.com Do the team members feel like dancing when they hear of retrospective?
  5. 5. 5 agilegurugram.com Do you feel Retrospective are effective In WFH/Hybrid Scenarios?
  6. 6. 6 agilegurugram.com Do you think people feel disengaged in retrospective?
  7. 7. 7 agilegurugram.com Mental Block Heard these statements? You won’t believe happened in retrospective? Only senior speak.. Retrospective • Retrospective are boring • Waste of time • Time for coding is more imp • Facilitator is not good • They always blame
  8. 8. 8 agilegurugram.com Challenges have amplified in Hybrid/ Remote scenario Getting Introverts to speak.. Getting team motivated & engaged.. Having personal connect/bonding.. Ensuring continuous learning..
  9. 9. 9 agilegurugram.com So how do we make retrospectives effective.. 1 Understand individuals’ personality 2 Celebrate wins 3 Enable growth through continuous learning 4 Enable team bonding
  10. 10. 10 agilegurugram.com Know the Personalities Explorer Shopper Vacationer Prisoner
  11. 11. 11 agilegurugram.com 1. Know your team 2. Be Receptive 3. Do the Opposite 4. Have the two in a mixed group Have more Explorer & Shoppers
  12. 12. 12 agilegurugram.com 1. Appreciation 2. Cash Rewards 3. Ignore the shortcomings Celebrate Wins
  13. 13. 13 agilegurugram.com 1. Pair Programming 2. Role based learning enabled through mix of online & classroom training programme 3. Need based Learning-Enhancing technical skills Enable growth through continuous learning
  14. 14. 14 agilegurugram.com 1. Forming cross functional team 2. Team Activity 3. Open Door Policy 4. Review Progress together Teams Bonding
  15. 15. 19 agilegurugram.com Problem Common anti-patterns to look out for Problem Consequence Solution You notice a problem Solution delayed, Too many problem to discuss Raise the problem when it occurs, Use the retrospective time to explore Want to work on big problems(Soup) If management has different priorities nothing happens Stay out of the soup or have 1 action item for team SM is responsible for retrospective(DIY) SM does not get a chance to reflect because he is busy facilitating Take turns in facilitating What happens in retro , does not stay in retro People stop putting up their points Should be a safe place, Only team members No responsibility is taken Can turn into blame game What are you going to do about this situation Wishful Thinking No action being taken Take measurable action items No review of past action item No improvement is observed Meeting should start with this, Success criteria should be defined
  16. 16. 22 agilegurugram.com Food For Thought Lesson Learnt is same as Project Retrospective?
  17. 17. Learn, Celebrate, Improve

Notas del editor

  • Time for coding is more important – Stop doing retrospective-Time saved-more time wasted in doing wrong things as a result people leaving-restart them afresh pointing to pain points & get mgmt. backup
  • Face to Face- Bonding , productivity, Transparency, Learning ,collocated
    Hybrid/Remote- Can be done across location ,lacks personal connect/bonding, productivity unimpacted
    encourage more introverted people to participate in a remote retrospective give them a communication paradigm they’re comfortable on
  • Explorer- Eager to discover new ideas & Insight
    Shoppers-will look all the available information & be happy to go home with one useful new idea
    Vacationers-Are’nt interested in the work of the retrospective but are happy to be away from daily grind
    Prisoners-Feel they have been forced to attend & would rather be doing something else
  • How can we move Vacationer & Prisoner to the first two categories?
  • How can we move Vacationer & Prisoner to the first two categories?
  • Competency based
  • How can we move Vacationer & Prisoner to the first two categories?
  • if we look at patterns and anti-patterns and refactored solutions you can say that the pattern solution is when it's on the height the highest hype as it was for instance with microservices and then at some points it becomes an anti-pattern solution everybody hates it and then in the plateau productivity it becomes a refactored solution and that's what we're going for now that's the right way of dealing with it like patterns in general it used to be something everybody should do and then everybody hated it and now we find a good way it's probably the same with agile so retrospectives is a recurring meeting as most of you know that you have in a team where you are sharing what you have experienced and you're also appreciating what happened to other people so you're saying okay i can see that that wasn't so good for
  • Wishful Thinking- Improve communication, do refactoring
  • Explorers want to discover new ideas and insights.  Shoppers analyse information and want to learn at least one useful idea during the realtor meeting.  Vacationers aren’t interested in retrospectives, but like being away from the daily grind.  Prisoners feel forced to attend the meeting and would prefer doing something else.

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