Join David Horowitz as he sits down with Lisette Sutherland from Collaboration Superpowers to discuss the importance of informal networks, random interactions and silliness, and abolishing the postmortem.
The Happy Melly team put Retrium to work in their retrospective and shared their experiences in this post.
Listen in as David Horowitz sits down with Hugo from Ekipa to share his experience as a software developer, agile coach and "people organizer".
Watch David Horowitz's presentation at the DC Scrum User Group on the 7 Secrets of Highly Effective Retrospectives.
This retrospective meetings focused blog post from Elise Keith dives into the steps for designing, leading and participating in retrospective meetings.
Listen to an interview with Retrium's CEO David Horowitz as he discusses the importance of retrospectives and how Retrium can help you overcome pitfalls to realize the benefits of retrospectives to continuously improve.
Retrium, the only enterprise-ready solution for agile retrospectives, announced today the closing of over $1M in funding from 10 angel investors.
Society, our bosses, and even Daft Punk tell us to work harder and be more productive, at any cost.
Retrium, the world's first and only enterprise-ready agile retrospective platform, today announced two additions to the company's executive team.
Listen to an interview with Retrium CEO David Horowitz on the Agile Uprising
We are happy to announce that effective today Retrium is part of the EU-US Privacy Shield Program and publicly committed to complying with its requirements.
The release of the First Annual Agile Retrospective Report was covered by InfoQ's Ben Linders in this Q&A with Retrium CEO David Horowitz.
Findings highlight the opportunity for agile retrospectives.
Retrium CEO David Horowitz sat down tiwh SolutionsIQ's Howard Sublett to talk about how teams can have more successful retrospectives and drive continuous improvement.
Listen to a webinar with Retrium CEO David Horowitz on the Scrum Alliance: The Four Challenges of Distributed Retrospectives (And How to Overcome Them)