As Scrum Masters we must constantly set the example. One of the examples we need to set is that of Continuous Improvement. Shubhang suggests we should regularly look at what has changed from the moment we started with the team until “now” and consider 5 different aspects when doing that analysis.
In this episode we refer to The Responsibility Process by Chris Avery.
Featured Retrospective Format of the Week: Start-Stop-Continue
The Start-Stop-Continue retrospective format is simple, and helps tackling the “set the stage” phase of a retrospective in a way that delivers quite quickly actionable items.
We also talk about another playful retrospective format: the COOL WALL, based on a feature of the Top Gear television show.
About Shubhang Vishwamitra
Shubhang is a passionate agile practitioner originally from Bangalore, India. Who’s worked in Japan and Finland and is currently based in London and working as scrum master.
Shubhang has an extensive background in software development and agile delivery model in smartphone, travel and finance industries. He believes that having a technical background helps to connect with teams and ease the flow of discussion in solving complex problems.
You can link with Shubhang Vishwamitra on LinkedIn.