Almost Painless: Surviving Feedback

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"And everyone likes a party/But no-one wants to clean" -Keb Mo, "Victims of Comfort" The concepts of "continuous feedback" and "continuous improvement" are central to agile and lean philosophy.  Esther Derby and Diana Larsen have a wonderful book entirely about team retrospectives.  "Inspect and adapt" itself,  the 12th principle underlying the Agile Manifesto, has been subject to inspection

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