A scaled retrospective provides the chance to expand scope of improvements beyond the individual team. By Colleen Johnson.
A scaled retrospective is meeting where multiple teams come together to identify critical organizational improvements and create a viable method for delivering and tracking them to completion.
Retrospectives are a chance for a team to come together to reflect on how they are working and identify small adjustments that will improve their practices.
The main content in the article:
- Running scaled retrospectives
- Phase one: review individual team data
- Phase two: create a shared understanding
- Phase three: vote as a team
- Phase four: break down improvements
- Facilitation tips
Scaled retrospectives are powerful opportunity for an organization to gather feedback and respond to the needs of the teams. The team-s ability to address issues outside of their sphere of influence is constrained by the lack of opportunity to come together in place where it is shared and discussed. Great![Read More]