Issue #52: Let's go retro

I find retrospectives invaluable. Identifying what was good, bad and what you'd do differently next t
Issue #52: Let's go retro
By Ross Chapman • Issue #52 • View online
I find retrospectives invaluable. Identifying what was good, bad and what you’d do differently next time has been a super useful tool to make sure we as a team learn and improve over time.
It reminds me of something Albert Einstein said that resonates with me quite well:
“Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.”
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p.s. Slight tweak to this week’s format (I’ve added cycling 🚴 !). Hope you like it! Let me know if you don’t!

UX design 🙋
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Does Ego belong in Experience design?
How To Conduct “Engaging” Design Reviews
Remote User Research & Usability Methods
eCommerce 💳
Do you do Split Testing?
Do you do Split Testing?
Hiut Denim's Black Friday message
Jobs to be Done: From Research to Minimum Valuable Product
Cycling 🚴
Go Big in Berlin
Go Big in Berlin
Kona Rove Touring Mode
Cycling training plan for beginners this winter
Coolness 😎
The World Has a Playground Deficit
Watch These 8 Movies Before They Leave Netflix in December
Here's to reviewing, learning and adjusting!
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