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Agile Retrospectives by Ken Schwaber, Diana Larsen, Esther Derby

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Preparing for Release and Project Retrospectives

Most iteration retrospectives focus solely on the team. At the end of a release or project, include the team and other members of the project community—people who contributed to the effort but weren’t part of the core team. You may include managers and additional customers.

Extending the Invitation Beyond Your Team    Your agile team may know and love retrospectives, but the broader project community may not. They may be skeptical, overscheduled, or unaware of what to expect. You have three tasks: decide who to invite, extend the invitation, and educate new participants.

Releasing a product touches many more people than delivering an increment of working software. Pause to take a broader and ...

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