“Improving Agile Retrospectives” by Marc Loeffler
In this episode, Justyna and Paul talk about Improving Agile Retrospectives by Marc Loeffler?.
➡️ It is a perfect guide for all Agile newbies who never ran any meeting before (especially retrospective).
➡️It is a powerful toolbox for those who organised many retrospectives before and now they feel that they tried everything.
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In the second part of this podcast, our hosts have prepared a list of questions for the author. Marc joins them with answers and some insights about the book.
About the book
In Improving Agile Retrospectives, leading agile coach/trainer Marc Loeffler combines practical guidance, proven practices, and innovative approaches for maximizing the value of retrospectives for your team—and your entire organization. You can apply his powerful techniques in any project, agile or otherwise. They offer exceptional value wherever continuous improvement is needed: from “lessons-learned” workshops in traditional project management to enterprise-wide change management.
Loeffler’s detailed, results-focused examples help you recognize and overcome common pitfalls, adapt retrospectives to your unique needs, and consistently achieve tangible results. Throughout, he integrates breakthrough concepts, such as using experimentation and learning from system thinking. He presents small ideas that make a big difference—because they’re deeply grounded in real experience.
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About the Author
Marc Loeffler is a keynote speaker, author, and agile coach. Before getting in touch with agile methods and principles in 2006, he was working as a traditional project manager for companies like the Volkswagen AG or the Siemens AG. His passion is to help teams implementing agile frameworks like Scrum and XP and to transform our world of work. Marc has a passion for helping teams that are struggling with agile transitions and overcoming dysfunctional behavior.
He loves to generate new insights by approaching common problems from the other side and trying to make deliberately havoc of the process.
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