- RestrospectiveTechniques compiled by George Dinwiddie
- Agile Retrospectives Resource Wiki
- Singing the Songs of Project Experience: Patterns and Retrospectives by Linda Rising and Esther Derby from Cutter IT Journal (PDF)
- Restrospective Agility by Tim Mackinnon in Objective View (PDF)
- http://www.retrospectives.com/ Norm Kerth's website.
- Esther Derby's
- Rachel Davies'
- Sample chapters 3 & 5 from Agile Retrospectives: Making Good Teams Great by Esther Derby and Diana Larsen:
- Ellen Gottesdiener's Team Retrospectives — for better iterative assessment looks at the topic from a RUP perspective.
- Bill Wake's Some Patterns for Iteration Retrospectives
- James Carr's Retrospective Patterns
- Ian Burgess' Agile Retrospectives Lessons Learned
- Ilja Preuss' Retrospective Anti-Patterns
- Article: Leveraging Agile Retrospectives to Evolve Your Architecture
- Simon Baker on Retrospective Using Appreciative Inquiry (see similar article by Diana Larsen)
- Ben Coombs' A Retrospective based on Agile Values
- Mark Levison's Agile Games for Making Retrospectives Interesting
- Kris Blake's Retrospective Agenda for High-Performing Teams
- Scrum Alliance - Seven Ways to Revitalize Your Sprint Retrospectives
- Fabio Periera's Goal-Driven Retrospective
- Mishkin Berteig's Agile Work: Cheat-Sheet for Retrospectives
- Agile Journal - Iteration and Release Retrospectives: The Natural Rhythm for Agile Measurement
- Retrospectives Content on InfoQ.com/retrospectives, including ...
- InfoQ: Heartbeat Retrospectives to Amplify Team
- InfoQ: Making Retrospective Changes Stick
- InfoQ: How Long Should Retrospectives Last?
- InfoQ: First (Forgotten?) Rule Of The Retrospective: Follow Through
- InfoQ: Annotated Burn-Down Charts Help During Retrospectives
- InfoQ: Frequent Retrospectives Accelerate Learning and Improvement
- Jim Shore's brief recap and retrospective format from The Art of Agile Development (0596527675)
Sunday, July 26, 2009
Resources on Retrospectives
I found a really good resource-list from George Dinwiddie on Introspection and Retrospectives that includes the following list of resources (mostly patterns & techniques) about conducting retrospectives. It contains many (but not all) of the links below:
Posted by Brad Appleton at 12:55 AM
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