The Retrospective Games

Brisbane Agile/Scrum User Group
Wed, 25 Jul 2012, 08:00 - 11:00 (Add to calendar) GMT
(Exact location not available) , Spring Hill, AU

My experience with retrospectives is that they become stale after a few sprints if limited to Went Well, Do Differently, etc. Fortunately other games are available to make retrospectives more fun and therefore more effective again. ESVP, Triple Nickles and SMART are some examples that we can share and experience first hand so you can decide what to do in your next retrospective!

Come along to have some fun and interact with this style of learning/teaching. Please refresh your RSVP based on the announced date of the Wednesday 25th July (next Wednesday) at QUT. I hope to see you there.

Chris' Bio:
"Chris Fortuin (M.Sc., PMP, PMI-ACP, PSM I, CSP, CSM) is a Senior Project Manager who loves to deliver awesome software to his customers through team collaboration. In the nineties he learned his project management skills as a management consultant at Ernst & Young in The Netherlands using DSDM. Subsequently, a long aspired life-change brought him with his family to Australia in 2003 where he continued delivering complex software solutions in large and complex organisations. Throughout his career Agile was, and remains, his passion.

Nowadays Chris tackles great challenges of making Agile work for his customers using PM-BOK, PRINCE2 in combination with Scrum, Lean and XP practices. As Project Manager this implies quickly initiating and iterative software development style and incrementally deliver high-quality production software for early business benefits. In his role of trainer he delivered commercially Agile training courses and industry presentations where he feels privileged to share his knowledge and experience in topics like Scrum, Agile software development and Earned Value Management (EVM)."

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