The agile movement brought many improvements to the enterprise, including improving team performance through retrospectives. But they do, so by focusing solely on teams, improving the individual unit, while leaving the larger needs of the enterprise unaddressed, issues that affect multiple teams or that are beyond the control of any single team.
In this In the Brain talk, Luke Hohmann will reveal how his team has been working with organisations to transform the retrospective process, using online collaboration games, to maximize the wisdom of the entire organisation and improve enterprise-wide. Talk will include case studies and discussion of "game plans" for putting enterprise retrospectives to work.
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Enterprise Retrospectives: From Team to Whole
Luke Hohmann is the Founder and CEO of Conteneo, Inc. Grounded in the science of play, Conteneo’s enterprise software platforms and professional services merge serious games, data analytics, domain expertise and collaboration to help enterprises optimize decision making in areas of strategy, innovation, sales, product development and market research. Luke is co-founder of Every Voice Engaged Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that helps citizens and governments tackle technical and wicked social problems. He’s also written four with long titles and has served on the Board of the Agile Alliance. He's a pretty good grill master and doesn't mind getting lost in foreign cities on long runs.