I’ve published the first of my two books on my Agile process.
The retrospective is the most important part of your agile practice. The retrospective is the meeting where you decide how to become more effective as a team. You’ll learn the purpose of the retrospective and how to effectively lead the team to identify and resolve issues.
The stand up is a critical part of your agile practice. The stand up is the meeting where you keep on track with business goals. You’ll learn the purpose of the stand up and how to effectively lead the team to keep everyone on track, identify issues, and avoid common process errors.
The iteration is a critical part of your agile practice. You’ll learn how to run a productive, tight, and goal-oriented iteration. You’ll learn who is responsible for what, how control creep, and keep everyone on track. There are many process errors which will try to derail the iteration. It’s critical to recognize them understand how to address issues.