|Written by willem|
|Tuesday, 14 February 2006|
After an event or project, all the stakeholders come together to celebrate the successes of the project, and learn from failure in a constructive manner without finger-pointing. After a retrospective participants have concrete actions for the next event or project, and can contain broader organisational change.
Risks of not doing retrospectives:
Retrospectives can provide lessons on architecture, planning, communication, product information flow and possible early intervention points.