You don’t need to be a professional facilitator to lead an iteration retrospective, but you do need basic facilitation skills. To learn the skills, you need to understand the role, practice, and seek feedback.
As a retrospective facilitator you may follow the content, but your primary responsibility is the process. Retrospective leaders focus on the process and structure of the retrospective. They attend to the needs and dynamics of the group and help the group reach a goal. Retrospective leaders remain neutral in discussions, even when they have strong opinions.
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Will has over 20 years of Software Development experience with his last 15 years in the role as Project Manager, Scrum Master and Agile Coach Master.
He managed or facilitated projects of different scale, project size from dozen man-days to hundred man-years.
He has trained & coached hundreds of professionals, …View full profile
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