17 Mar 2021 14:30 - 18:00

Retrospective meeting

Retrospective meeting as a tool to drive change and generate improvement in the work process

Agile processes are based on empowering people to drive change, innovation and improvements.

Retrospective meeting is a structured meeting which guides people from defining areas for improvement – what is not going well, what are the causes, what action we can take.

Learning occurs on every project. Retrieving and using of lessons learned are fundamental part for improvement of the process.

The Retrospective meeting is an opportunity for the team to think about how they work and look for improvements. Awareness of this is an integral part of the Agile way of working. This workshop will introduce you to how an effective Retro meeting should be held - a powerful tool for implementing a change in the way your team works.

Teodora Todorova

Teodora Todorova

Teodora has been in the software industry for 15 years – she started as a developer and went through almost all roles involved in software project implementation. As a project manager, Teodora has successfully applied both Agile and Waterfall methodologies.

In her workshops Teodora uses an interactive approach for learning by doing. Apart from just sharing knowledge and going through pre-defined examples, she always engages the participants in activities with scenarios from their real-life experience. Applying the acquired knowledge and skills to known situations and scenarios during the workshop has proven to be a very effective way for deeper understanding and stronger engagement with the topics. This also leads to participants feeling more confident and being more effective in applying the knowledge and skills back at their workplace.

Teodora is a certified PMP®, PMI-ACP® and PSM®.

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