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10.01.2020 - Read in 1 min.

Retrospective according to RST

10.01.2020 - Read in 1 min.

Teams use retrospective to come up with work enhancements in the areas of the process, tools, and people and relations. How does it work in reality?

Retrospective according RST

Teams use retrospective to come up with work enhancements in the areas of the process, tools, and people and relations. How does it work in reality? We have prepared an e-book that answers this question. Check it.

Teams reach for retrospective to be able to use inspection and adaptation to come up with work enhancements that may be related with the process, tools, or people and relations.

This requires creating an atmosphere where everybody feels safe. How to do that? What’s next? How to make different people with different opinions come to an agreement in such a short period? We have prepared an e-book that answers these questions.

Retrospective is a meeting that requires certain decisions to be made. In order to reach a decision, the team has to complete these steps:

  • Generate available options,
  • Discuss the topic in general,
  • Collect different viewpoints and refrain from judging,
  • Evaluate the options,
  • Sum up key elements,
  • Categorise the ideas,
  • Evaluate.

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