Part of the power in a retrospective for software development is acknowledging what you are doing well while seeing where there is room for growth. We invested a good part of January as a team doing exactly that, figuring out ways to improve our processes, projects, team and company as a whole while building on what we already value and do every day. Here are some of the highlights of 2014 and where we are headed for 2015. It is looking bright, indeed.
As the holiday season hits full swing, lists can be a helpful way to keep track of all the moving pieces. But rather than seeing accomplishment, they can just grow and feel overwhelming. Use these tips to keep lists motivating you.
Failure points will always exist, despite our best efforts to minimize them. By having clear answers to a few key questions, you can keep failure points in check and stay focused on project and team growth.