We’re starting a new series, where every day in 2016 we post a piece of advice given by our interviewees. This advice is always meant to be short and actionable and there’s no reason why you shouldn’t be able to easily implement and test them in your business.
Today’s advice comes from Rob Villeneuve, the CEO of Rebel.com.
No team is perfect, and agile retrospectives offer an iterative approach for a team to self-improve through experimentation. You should inspect and adapt. Make a small change, and see whether things improve. If they do, great. If not, try something else. This simple approach eventually leads to significant insights and improvement. Best of all, it empowers the team to control its own destiny.
Mario Schulzke is the Founder of ideamensch, which he started a decade ago to learn from entrepreneurs and give them a platform for their ideas.