Summary

Participants will learn about various techniques for facilitating multi-team retrospectives and will get a first impression of how they work by trying them out in a playful setting.

Learning Objectives

Participants will learn

  • how to get large groups of people into interaction
  • how to give each retrospective participant a fair chance to tell his/her view
  • how to agree fast on decisions for next experiments (avoid analysis paralysis)

Format: Workshop (90 minutes)

Speaker Biography

Gregor Karlinger works with much joy and enthusiasm in different roles in the IT environment for over 15 years. He has experience as a developer, requirements engineer, project manager, Scrum Master, Scrum Product Owner and in team leadership. In recent years as an Agile Coach he focuses on the introduction and improvement of agile process models such as Scrum and Kanban. He takes special care of the often-neglected aspect of the self-organization of teams. As a consultant he combines approaches in the fields of agile process models, coaching and organizational development to help software development companies achieving top performance in its core processes with their teams. He also works as a systemic coach with both individuals and teams on individual ways of solving problems. It is very important to him to create a climate that is characterized by trust and openness.