Professionals who make time for learning perform better than those who don’t. And deliberate practice plays a key role in building advanced skills. Agile retrospectives help teams reflect on past performance to identify areas for improvement. But improving at the team level also requires shared practice.
Discover new ways to enable team learning in this fun workshop featuring the co-author of *Agile Retrospectives* and *The Five Rules of Accelerated Learning*. By engaging managers and sponsors to set a long-term capability goal and then setting short short-term practice goals at the team’s fluent edge you can give retrospectives new life, deliver better outcomes, and sustain continuous improvement over time.
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