In the AGILE world the word Retrospective is used in relation to sprints for example - "As described in the Scrum Guide, the Sprint Retrospective is an opportunity for the Scrum Team to inspect itself and create a plan for improvements to be enacted during the next Sprint." See more insights at
- What is a Sprint Retrospective? https://www.scrum.org/resources/what-is-a-sprint-retrospective
- 11 Ideas to Spice up Your Retrospective https://dzone.com/articles/11-ideas-to-spice-up-your-retrospective
Today we had the 1st Retrospective of my big project in a larger audience. Just 5 weeks after the start we had a lot to celebrate. Besides a long list of finished tasks, good and experienced team work between the new colleagues of both companies was mentioned in every presentation.
We used the typical Sprint Retrospective Model - What worked well, What could be improved, What will we commit to doing in the next Sprint? - and did enjoy a nice brunch as reward for the good work in the past weeks.
- HOW TO BRING OUT THE BEST IN OTHERS https://leadershipfreak.blog/2019/09/04/how-to-bring-out-the-best-in-others/
- How Personal Maps Increase Collaboration & Trust https://management30.com/blog/how-personal-maps-increase-collaboration-trust/
- Feminine Principle and Theory U: Character Based Leadership https://www.oxfordleadership.com/feminine-principle-theory-u-character-based-leadership/
- How Starbucks Achieved 100% Pay Equity by Following These 6 Steps https://business.linkedin.com/talent-solutions/blog/diversity/2019/how-starbucks-achieved-100-percent-pay-equity?
- Five of the world’s greenest start-ups https://www.virgin.com/virgin-unite/five-worlds-greenest-start-ups
People say I am stuck in childhood, but it's not that. I remember seeing a Matisse retrospective, and you could see he started out one way, and then he tried something different, and then he seemed to spend his whole life trying to get back to the first thing. -- Tim Burton, American - Director Born: August 25, 1958, https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0000318/