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Retrospective Benefits: Changes that Stick

by BenLinders, 12 June 2014 | The Agile Blogosphere

Change is often hard. But it is also important and much needed. That is why agile software development suggest to frequently inspect and adapt and promotes the usage of retrospectives to continuously improve the things that teams do. Retrospectives help teams to make changes that stick in the organization, leading to sustainable improvement. Continue reading →

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