Author Archives: Rahul Sawhney

10 valuable lessons for agile retrospectives

“Today should always be better than yesterday” – mother of Gabby Douglas, the first African American to win individual all-around gold and the first American to win gold in both the individual all-around and team competitions in gymnastics. A retrospective provides the opportunity for teams to get together and tweak “something” so they can achieve… Read More »

Rough notes: Misunderstood agile practices

Let us assume management and team have some experience with agile but they only understand parts of it (such as iterative delivery, sprint ceremonies etc.). Have you faced such situations? Which practice(s) and concept(s) did you strive to adopt but were challenged? what tools did you use for influencing the outcomes?  Here are some highlights… Read More »