Retrospective Presentation

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Sprint Retrospective
Purpose
Purpose of Retrospective:
• Begin with recognition and/or appreciation
– What stood out
– Who really went out of their way
• Goal:
– “find our learning’s”
– Incremental improvement
– Feedback loop
• We want to reflect on what the team needs to be more efficient and effective
• Noted charts should be auto-generated from JIRA and should not take a
significant amount of time.
• Keep these goals in mind when building each sprint retrospective presentation
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Retrospective Agenda
• Retrospective Overview
• Accepted User Story & Special team recognition/appreciation
– [Fill in prior to retrospective team meeting]
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Sprint Burn Down Chart
Planned vs. Actual Velocity
Velocity over Time
Big Picture: Release Burn Up
Creation of Actionable Items
– Focus on varying degrees of evaluation: “Keep Doing, More of, Start Doing,
Stop Doing, Less of”
• Review the Top 3 actionable items created and obtain agreement from
team
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Retrospective Overview
• <<align on intent of retrospectives. Recommend to have this reviewed
the first few times and subsequent>>
Goal
• Improve process to increase delivery efficiency
Ground Rules
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Leave ego at the door
Keep comments team oriented versus making it personal
Don’t try to solve issues in the meeting
Keep comments short, so we get everyone’s input
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Accepted User Stories & Team Recognition
• <<List of accepted user stories, gives sense of achievement>>
• <<Team member recognition as applicable>>
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Sprint Burn Down Chart
• <<Add the Sprint burn down chart here from the sprint board>>
• <<Self explanatory>>
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Planned Vs Actual Velocity
<<Planned:>>
<<Achieved:>>
<<Scope changes, if any:>>
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Velocity over time
• <<Add bar chart showing velocity over last few sprints>>
• <<Are we gaining momentum?>>
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Big picture : Release burn-up
• <<Chart showing release achievement till date>>
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Actionable Items – Keep Doing
Keep Doing: focus on the good practices that we like about the project
– Question to prompt team discussion: What would you [the project team] miss if you
didn’t have a particular practice/technique/methodology/role/team member/etc?
– [list actionable items here as discussion progresses]
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Actionable Items – More Of
More of: Is another focus that helps further refine or highlight practices,
technologies, etc that team members might want to try more and are not
necessarily taking full advantage of.
– [list actionable items here as discussion progresses]
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Actionable Items – Start Doing
Start Doing: the opportunity for team members to suggest new ways to try
activities within a sprint
– Examples include activities that may not have gone as well as expected or the
introduction of new activities
– [list actionable items here as discussion progresses]
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Actionable Items – Stop Doing
Stop Doing: things that are not contributing to successful development
practices or not adding value.
– [list actionable items here as discussion progresses]
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Actionable Items – Less Of
Less Of: practices that need more refining or that were not helpful in the
last sprint
– Note that the practice may have added value but not enough given the time it took to
complete or did not add as much value as other practices
– [list actionable items here as discussion progresses]
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Top 3 Items to Focus on for Next Sprint
Actionable Item Description
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Type
Owner
More of
Test Lead
Keep Doing
Technical
Architect
Start Doing
Scrum Master
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Thank you
2013
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