Why are retrospectives important?

Retrospectives provide the opportunity for teams to look back and see how they can improve. It's a chance to inspect and adapt - a place for learning, problem solving, and motivating one another.

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I want to facilitate a large retrospective!

Imagine a retrospective that is attended by multiple teams, such as those of an entire program, or even organization. How can you keep everyone organized, focused, and engaged? Download this 'how to' guide to understand how a large retrospective is structured, to obtain a planning checklist, and to gain insights from the lessons learned on-site. 

How to facilitate large retrospectives?



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If you are looking to start, grow, or support your agile team, you will need to enhance your knowledge on team facilitation, coaching techniques, team dynamics, and handling conflicts

If you are looking to build an organization that can adapt to changes, you will need to understand your company (assess), pick the changes you wish to make (strategize),  and roll out pilot projects (experiment). 

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