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Lean and Kanban makes problems that impede an organisation visible. To improve, we need to do more that see a problem, we need to reflect about root causes and consider what's really slowing us down and what we can do to avoid this happening. Lean has the concept of "Kaizen" building a continuous improvement culture. So how do we implement that? Many teams using Kanban hold Retrospectives. This is an interactive session about how can we make retrospectives effective.
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Learning from Experience with Retrospectives - Part I
Rachel Davies is author of the first “Agile Coaching” book and an invited speaker to software conferences worldwide. Rachel started out working as a software developer and became fascinated with debugging software organizations. Her mission is to create workplaces where developers enjoy delivering valuable software. She's been working in the field of Agile software development since 2000 and pioneered techniques that are now used by teams all around the globe. Rachel currently works at Unruly, the leading global platform for social video marketing and is the organiser of Extreme Programmers London meetup.
Liz has almost 20 years’ experience of writing and delivering software. She has been championing agile principles since she first discovered them in 2003. Together with Rachel Davies she wrote ‘Agile Coaching’, which was the first book about how to