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Agile Adoption Patterns: A Roadmap to Organizational Success by Amr Elssamadisy

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Chapter 16. Retrospective

The Retrospective practice is a meeting held at the end of a major cycle—iteration or release—to gather and analyze data about that cycle and decide on future actions to improve the team’s environment and process. A retrospective is about evaluating the people, their interactions, and the tools they use, whereas a demo is focused on evaluating the product that has been built.

Business Value

Retrospectives are key to adapting all the development practices to your particular environment. They can augment and enhance all the practices; therefore, they affect all types of business value indirectly. So for example, effective use of retrospectives can increase quality to market when the team diagnoses an ineffective use of pair ...

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