Huzzah! The sprint is over. So, now what?

Image of a team sitting at the table with their laptops to discuss what they experienced during the Sprint.
Image of a team sitting at the table with their laptops to discuss what they experienced during the Sprint.

The end of a sprint is a great time to review the progress of an ongoing project. Teams can use a Sprint Retrospective to reflect on “what they have done” and “what they should do”.

It’s easy to think of Retrospectives as merely an opportunity to capture lessons learned after every sprint, but this is not entirely true. In traditional project management, a lessons learned meeting is conducted at the very end of the project. After the said meeting, team members should cycle those learned lessons into the next project. …

J Edwards

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