Applying Testing Expertise to the Retrospective Goldmine
Digging up postmortem project data is like mining for gold. The returns can be significant and long-term because this is where your best (and worst) practices really shine. By allowing your test groups to drive the retrospective activities, improvements can finally be built into the product lifecycle model instead of rotting in a postmortem report. By improving retrospective facilitation and follow-up, you'll ultimately improve your software lifecycle process. Nick Borelli delivers a practical and proven approach to the retrospective process, and shows you how to build consensus for process improvements uncovered during retrospective analysis.