Tag: retrospectives

Random New Year Ramblings

Some more personal retrospective 2016 bits & thoughts for the new year 2017 New Year’s Eve 2016 has been special for me as I deliberately spent it on my own. Just on my own. For the first time ever. Looking back on yesterday it was kind of ‘slack time’ for me. Nothing to do, nothing […]

What running means to me

A part of my personal retrospective 2016 & a loveletter to running itself A couple of days ago I set one of my targets for 2017: I’ll do the full Marathon in October 2017. I actually signed up, payed the fee, whoop! No way back! Yes, of course, there would be a way back e.g. […]

Workshop on Sustainable Retrospectives @ AgileTable Friedrichshafen

In my post on the first Agile Table Friedrichshafen I was just writing about Daniel Hommel‘s offer to visit us. Now for our second Agile Table meeting mid of September, he already visited us which made me very glad & thankful that he travelled that far to support us. From the beginning… Seven people from […]

Retrospective insights: Doing an amazon-like review of your sprint

Or: Condensing a couple of weeks to stars and a catchline… Last time I blogged about team retrospectives I presented my first experience with the Zombie Retro Format. Today is about the “Amazon Review”, an activity for setting the stage contributed by Christian Heißing to the Retromat. Btw: The retromat website project created by Corinna Baldauf […]

(Daily) retroflection – Looking back regularly as a self-improvement tool

At the Coach Reflection Day 2016 in Fürth, Martin searched two hand full of volunteers to try a month-long experiment with Retroflection Cards together. Short experiment description Everyone took home 30 small cards with questions on working in an agile environment. These cards are called retroflection cards; you can find more information about them on […]

All about Rubber at Coach Reflection Day – Part 1

Coaching Bracelets At the Coach Reflection Day on 1st of July in Fürth, we found colorful bracelets (like the ones you may know from Clean Code Developer) as a surprise from Martin and Fabian on our chairs in the morning. In the afternoon, Martin did a session on the “Coach Reflection Bracelets”: how to code […]