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BA Community - Continuous Improvement with Retrospectives

Leadership

Synopsis:

The BA Community is happy to invite you to our interactive Agile event in the amazing Points office location. This time we'll touch upon Retrospectives and why they are so important to our projects.

Lessons Learned or Post Mortem is an important practice to use at the end of any project because it allows us to carry on good practices and learn from our mistakes to make the next project more successful. However, Lessons Learned can bring even more value when they happen during the course of the project as it gives you an opportunity to improve your processes along the way and adjust the situation before it’s too late.

Agile practitioners use retrospectives as a proven practice to inspect and adapt on a regular basis. In this session, Daria Bagina will introduce what tools and techniques you can use to run productive retrospectives that bring up valuable solutions to your project teams.

Learning objectives:

- Learn practical tools for productive Lessons Learned discussions

- Inspect your current ways of working

- Create a plan for improvement you can implement in your daily work

Biography:

Daria Bagina, Professional Scrum Master III, Founder at ScrumMasteredDaria_Bagina.jpg

Daria Bagina brings a practical view to Agile fundamentals. She has been helping teams as a Scrum Master, coach, mentor and facilitator since 2014. Her creative approach allows teams to find new ways to look at old problems and find new solutions.

She is known for her strong facilitation skills. Daria is the creator of the Retrospective Poker as well as an author of the book Retrospectives: A Scrum Masters’ Guide that are based on her wide experience in this subject.

Daria is a recognized professional in the industry and, as a holder of the PSM III certification, she has a deep understanding of the application and practices of Scrum and the Scrum Values in a variety of complex team and organizational situations.

Agenda:

5:30 pm - Registration & Networking

6:00 pm - Presentation and Activities

8:00 pm - Conclusions and Networking

Fees (subject to hst):

PMI Toronto Members  - $15.00

Non-Members and Guests - $25.00

PDUs: 1.5 (1.0 Leadership, 0.5 Technical)

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Information

Type of activity: PMI Toronto Business Analysis Community

Date: January 16th, 2020

Hour: 5:30PM to 8:30PM

# of PDUs: 1.5

Price

Members: $15.00

Non members and Guests: $25.00

Location

Points Office (6th Floor), 111 Richmond Street West, Toronto, M5H 2G4

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