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In the spirit of continuous improvement, we’re always working to improve our processes and how we use agile/scrum. At the end of each sprint, we take time to reflect on how the last iteration went, celebrate wins, and brainstorm ways to make ourselves and our processes even better. This happens at the retrospective, aka retro.
Retros can take on nearly any format—as with most things in scrum, there’s no defined structure. We try to mix it up so we’re not doing the same thing every two weeks. But our goal is still the same: to identify any areas for improvement and figure out how we’re going to get better.
We spend a lot of time and effort on how we can get better at delivering custom software for clients. Sprint by sprint, we make small but consistent improvements. No single change stands out, but together, our work style looks remarkably different—and in our opinion, better—than when we started implementing agile/scrum in 2015.
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