Agile Retrospective Sailing Workshop
Retrospective Sailing – an agile reflection game A hands on workshop facilitating a practical retrospective game. Retrospective Sailing is a game you can play as an individual in any role, as part of a development team, or, with clients and customers to help understand how your journey is fairing. This game will give you a new and fun way to run a retrospective to help to gain your bearings, identify what’s putting the wind in your sails, the anchors holding you back, and discover hidden treasure. Then you’ll plot your course and map a way forward that raises those anchors and catches the tide and a fair wind. Attendees will be introduced to the game and try it out themselves. They’ll be case examples and tips for facilitating the game too. Join us for some constructive fun, practical outcomes, and a useful tool to take back to the office.
Belinda works with businesses, leaders and teams to grow and develop through agile working. Her book Being Agile in Business has been internationally published , shortlisted as the CMI management book of the year and ranslated into Chinese.
Belinda works with private and public sector teams and businesses supporting growth and improvement specialising in whole business agility from a teams and business perspective. Her ‘Being Agile’ approach has been adopted by a broad range of high growth businesses across many business sectors from tech to fashion, and manufacturing to marketing.
Belinda’s background includes the development, delivery and management of a number of highly successful European funded projects, exceeding targets and estalishing a strong legacy of self sustaining growth post funding.
Belinda is part of the organising committee for the award winning conference www.AgileontheBeach.co.uk , She is a regular speaker at events sharing her experiences of adopting agile within and beyond the tech sector.Belinda is a co-founder and director of www.SoftwareCornwall.org , the second fastest growing digital cluster in the UK (TechNation2015), which represents a community of businesses, education and support organisations dedicated to connecting, promoting and supporting the growing tech community in Cornwall.