Edge it Agile
We all know effective retrospectives are a key part of any successful agile team - or in fact any organisation for that matter, but most of the facilitation methods lend themselves to being face to face. During this interactive session I will go through some tips and tricks on how to make distributed retrospectives more engaging.
The session will cover:
By the end of this session you will have some new ideas to try with your distributed teams as well as a couple of simple icebreakers to help with increased collaboration and input. Longer term it will increase your confidence in what is possible, even with a heavily distributed team.
John is a scrum master and agile coach who believes that all teams are naturally creative and intelligent. Using this belief he works with organisations to break through cultural challenges in order to create empowered, fully autonomous teams that can become high performing.
He has specialised in working with heavily distributed teams using a mix of ORSC and Improv tools to help with many challenges, especially helping teams collaborate more effectively.
John is also an avid martial artist, with a black belt in both Taekwondo and kickboxing, giving title to his blog ScrumMaster.ninja - Scrum Master by day and Ninja by Night.