Retrospectives are a great, cheap tool your team can use to rapidly improve their effectiveness. Here’s how to do them, how to sell your organization on them, and, as an example, a retrospective of this podcast’s 2019.
After some recent executive presentations in which I guess I seemed very persuasive, a few colleagues asked me for tips on how to improve their persuasion skills. So I wrote a series of blog posts about this. Then, on a roll, I did two live videos on Facebook (part 1 and part 2) about persuasion. Read More
The power of retrospectives Teams that do structured retrospectives or debriefs are typically 25% more effective. And that improvement can translate into very big business results, like multiplying your profits by a factor of 10. What does this mean for you? A retrospective, or debrief, or “after-action reviews” is a way to learn from experience. Read More