Join Bob McGannon for an in-depth discussion in this video Tracking lessons learned during sprints, part of Agile Project Management.
…One of the best characteristics of agile project management, is the opportunity to…obtain feedback frequently and apply changes…based on what the team has learned.…The key is asking the right questions, and using your project control…tools, to ensure the project is being reviewed with a critical eye.…In the adapt and close phase, we discuss the…things that need to occur during the adapt phase.…Here we will discuss…some of the techniques available to obtain solid feedback.…The first trick, is to not wait until the adapt phase to get feedback.…
In the team room, have an area where team…members can jot down lessons learned at any time.…Insure the information is complete, so you have the context.…Keep in mind, you don't need to know how you're going to resolve the issue.…Just get the feedback written down.…Sample items include, it's taking longer…to complete medium sized features than planned.…Daily stand up meetings are taking more than 15 minutes.…I feel like I'm getting nowhere as new features surface all the time.…
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- What is agile project management?
- Selecting an agile project
- Scoping the project
- Designing your sprint structure
- Collecting requirements
- Running stand-up meetings
- Managing issues and risks
- Tracking lessons learned
- Responding to change requests
- Closing the project
- Spotting signs of trouble