Maximilian Fritzsche: from minute-level plans for Retrospectives, to being more open to what is really needed

Max’s first Retrospective was an exercise in the limits of planning. He shares with us how he prepared for that, and ultimate how it all failed. From that failure, however, came an important lesson that he still applies today.

Listen in to learn what Max learned about effective retrospectives after the failure despite the detailed plan for his first retrospective.

About Maximilian Fritzsche

Maximilian worked as a Scrum Master for several years and believes that the way to look at the role is to always have in mind the following quote: “Keep moving forward” – his favorite quote, and what he tries to do every day. “One step at a time!”

You can link with Maximilian Fritzsche on LinkedIn.

2 thoughts on “Maximilian Fritzsche: from minute-level plans for Retrospectives, to being more open to what is really needed”

  1. Hello, it will be technical wuestion on the mobile I use but, I am bot anle to listen the things you share, it stars but no voice coming out, I checked my mobiles settings but cpuld not find the reason, can you help me please. Its IOS. Thanks

    1. Hi Evren, on iOS, please use iTunes. That’s the easiest way to listen. Just type “scrum” or “agile” on the search box for iTunes and it will show up in the first few options.
      Happy listening!

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