I was reminded of a great #product quote today:
“If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses.”
It doesn't matter @It_doesnt_MATR 😂
Best of luck @P_Dog ! I'm going to have a conversation with the team & I'll encourage them to question requirements. We'll avoid miss-interpretation of the ambiguous written word.
My guys will probably start coding today. We might get it a little wrong but we'll get feedback from the customer to keep us honest :)
I'll let you know if we get lucky! 🍀
Don’t have the time to run a retrospective? That’s ok, keep on doing the same thing to achieve the same/diminishing results.
Want to take your team to the next level? Awesome, set up regular retrospectives!
Get to the guts of challenges by having a nameless, rank-less session about your sprint goals/objectives & dive deep into:
* Results - was the result +ive or -ive?
* Reasons - what was the reason for the result?
* Responses - What are the 1 - 3 actions you will take to improve the result?
Years ago I observed an audience in a Sprint Review & saw them glued, glued to their phones!
Focusing the team to work on their narrative; engaging the audience; involving them in the review & actively extracting feedback transformed it to a session that customers looked forward to.
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