If you have worked in an agile project most likely you have been in a retrospective meeting.
We all know that in these meetings we are supposed to review the previous sprint, how it went and how we can improve in the future.
A full Retro is usually broken down into in five different stages, setting the stage, gathering the data, generating insights, coming up with solutions, and closing the retro. In this process we honor and celebrate our successes while also shining a light upon our short comings, always looking for solutions and proactively improving our teams communiction and processes. The retro is a valuable component of our nearshoring model and in this video we discuss how to put one together and the benefits of doing so.