Developers managed to figure few things – e.g. feedback, continuous improvement – much better than most of us. Let us earn from them.
Tag: continuous improvement
Continuous Improvement is a belief that there is always something to improve and that every improvement – even seemingly insignificant – counts. And if you improve a thing 1% every day you will soon reap the benefits of compound interest.
Making it Better Step by Step
How do you improve your workshops? Here are my tips on improving workshops step by step. I guarantee it will get much better over time!
Weekly Review – Lists of Tasks
While doing weekly reviews don’t forget to check lists of your finished, in progress and blocked tasks.
TeamRetro – YAORT (Yet Another Online Retrospective Tool)
Yet Another Online Retrospective Tool but this one, TeamRetro, works good for us.
Team feedback – retrospective with goReflect
My experiences of using goReflect to run remote retrospective. Worked really well for me.
Remote retro with RetroTool
Today we run our first remote retrospective using http://retrotool.io for cards & http://zoom.us for video conferencing. The context: two people developing remotely, after 1,5 week of work, we met to discuss how we are doing We decided to use the http://retrotool.io. Why this one? Few reasons: it is dead simple it seems to work it…
The carpet that bothered them
What are retrospectives good for? Surprisingly, even for teams that discuss things together on a daily basis, a meeting devoted to process improvement can make a difference.
Towards perfect 1on1s
How to improve your 1on1s? Here is how I approached this problem (and in general the problem of honing your soft skills).
Sociocracy 3.0 Effectiveness Review – Part 2
Effectiveness review AKA Peer review – a process of helping others to become better in their role. Been there, done that. Part II
Retrospective Tool: Improv Cards
Yet another retrospective warm-up exercise. But a good one.