The retrospective is probably one of the most important aspects of every agile implementation, in order to keep it helpful and valuable, i recommend that scrum masters and facilitators learn about different ways of conducting retrospectives and use different activities in their retrospectives, this helps in keeping this meeting interesting and fun which leads to more learning and creativity.

A customer i am working with just finished its “pilot” scrum project, to wrap up the pilot and share the learning we thought that it would be nice to have a summary retrospective.
This retrospective went really well, and in this post i will share the retrospective plan we used. Here we go.


"Eventually, they may even break into the building"

Starting 1985, and more intently after the election of Mr Rudy Giuliani as Mayer of New York, the hypothesis behind Broken window theory was implemented in an effort to reduce crime rate in the city. Most known elements of this initiative were "quality of life" and "zero tolerance".

"The broken windows theory is a criminological theory of the norm-setting and signaling effect of urban disorder and vandalism on additional crime and anti-social behavior. The theory states that maintaining and monitoring urban environments to prevent small crimes such as vandalism, public drinking and toll-jumping helps to create an atmosphere of order and lawfulness, thereby preventing more serious crimes from happening." Source: Wikipedia. Emphasis added.



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