Join Angela Wick for an in-depth discussion in this video Retrospectives, part of Agile Product Owner Role: Techniques.
- The Retrospective is a key meeting to improve…how the team works, and it happens after each sprint.…It's about the team taking a brief pause together…to reflect and improve how they create value, work together,…and how they enable a good cadence of flow of work.…It's about continuously improving and getting better as a…team, each sprint to build a better product.…It also helps you as a product owner, learn, improve…and better contribute to the team's future and success.…
A retrospective happens right after the sprint.…And it results in acctionable items that…the team takes forward.…It can be things like, we'll keep our daily standups…more focused and ending on time by being more concise…with our updates, and taking problem solving into a…separate collaboration afterwards.…Or, adding something to the definition of done,…or definition of ready that will help the team work better.…Or even committing to more feedback loops during the sprint…from the product owner.…
These action items should be implemented in the next sprint.…
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- Rallying your team around the product vision
- Creating an agile product roadmap
- Creating a release plan focused on value
- Breaking down features
- Setting up, creating, and analyzing user story maps
- Collaborating on the big picture
- Leveraging user stories
- Prioritizing the product backlog
- Working with your team
- Defining what "ready" and "done" mean
- Avoiding technical debt
- Guiding your team through estimating exercises
- Making sprint planning and standup meetings beneficial