Many organizations have gatherings that focusing on continuous improvement. In Scrum, at the individual team level, there is a Sprint Retrospective at the end of each iteration (Sprint). And at the cross-team level, some organizations choose to have a “Program Retrospective,” where the period of time under discussion is typically more than a single iteration, and where representatives from multiple teams are present, along with other stakeholders. During any form of retrospective, the most common topics include celebrating successes, delving into what was learned, and exploring potential areas for improvement. Before the retrospective ends, the group should agree on one or more actionable steps they can take to help them improve.
Authored by Philip Rogers
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