Diana Larsen

Co-founder and chief connector at Agile Fluency Project LLC

Talk

Agile Retrospectives and the Agile Teams of Today and Tomorrow
Friday 18:15 - 19:00
Topics:
retrospectives
agile retrospectives
teams
agile practices
agile manifesto
change
change management
continuous learning
continuous improvement
agile coaching
scrum masters
team leaders
agile fluency model
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General

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“At regular intervals, the team reflects on how to become more effective, then tunes and adjusts 
its behavior accordingly.” – co-authors, http://agilemanifesto.org/principles.html/ Esther Derby and Diana Larsen first published Agile Retrospectives in 2006, as savvy team leaders had begun to ask how to incorporate the Agile Manifesto’s twelfth principle in their agile practices. After fifteen years, it’s no surprise that approaches to agile have evolved and taken new directions. Have retrospective practices kept up? What’s new? What’s been discarded? How have agile retrospectives fared in the world beyond software teams? Join Diana as she shares her perspective on the years of changes, as well as her ideas about changes still on the horizon––changes that will continue to influence the ways teams and organizations can collaboratively, interdependently learn, think, make decisions, and direct improvements.


About

In 2015 Diana Larsen co-founded Agile Fluency® Project* where she serves as Chief Connector and a principal coach, consultant, and mentor. AFP provides training, mentoring, and support for agile coaches, consultants, and leaders, Through the Agile Fluency Project’s programs, Diana shares the wisdom she’s gained in over 30 years of working with leaders, teams, and organizations. Through her books, talks, and work with corporate clients, Diana has contributed to both foundations and extensions of Agile thought. Diana co-authored the books Agile Retrospectives: Making Good Teams Great; Liftoff: Start and Sustain Successful Agile Teams; and Five Rules for Accelerated Learning. Most recently she co-authored and offers a free eBook, The Agile Fluency Model: A Brief Guide to Success with Agile, available on the agilefluency.org website. *Agile Fluency is a registered trademark of Agile Fluency Project. LLC In 2015 Diana Larsen co-founded Agile Fluency® Project* where she serves as Chief Connector and a principal coach, consultant, and mentor. AFP provides training, mentoring, and support for agile coaches, consultants, and leaders, Through the Agile Fluency Project’s programs, Diana shares the wisdom she’s gained in over 30 years of working with leaders, teams, and organizations. Through her books, talks, and work with corporate clients, Diana has contributed to both foundations and extensions of Agile thought. Diana co-authored the books Agile Retrospectives: Making Good Teams Great; Liftoff: Start and Sustain Successful Agile Teams; and Five Rules for Accelerated Learning. Most recently she co-authored and offers a free eBook, The Agile Fluency Model: A Brief Guide to Success with Agile, available on the agilefluency.org website. *Agile Fluency is a registered trademark of Agile Fluency Project. LLC