Our efforts to improve, and help the team improve are often focused on actions. Undoubtedly, we must focus on constant action that leads to improvement. But how do we get the teams to take initiative to improve, and collaborate with other stakeholders? In this episode, we review the importance of having a clear goal as the spark for the improvement cycle to start.
Featured Retrospective format of the week: Immediate Retro
Often we organize retrospectives at the end of the Sprint. But is that the best time to solve problems? It may be! But not always. So what to do when we need to act now? The Immediate Retro, of course! Petr explains his view of why the Immediate Retro is important, and how to go about it.
About Petr Holodňák
Petr has a small consulting company where he helps businesses overcome obstacles of ever-faster changing environment, growth problems, stale processes, poor performance, lacking company culture etc. Petr helps companies be more adaptable through empowering their people. Petr also does some pro-bono consulting. Recently for example for a Liberal/democratic school in Prague. His passion is introducing modern management (we can call that “Agile”) to “old school” businesses like heavy industry, manufacturing and so on. Petr wants to help build a brighter future! You can find Petr’s business at: www.cerebra.cz. You can link with Petr Holodňák on LinkedIn.