Don’t let your team retrospectives become stale

Y’know those necessary evils that employees typically have to endure in an office environment? Annual reviews, timesheet updates, planning meetings, weekly reports etc. Depending on the scenario (and who’s in charge of it), it can be an utter pain — a distraction from the “actual work” they should be doing. I’ll be honest, some of

The importance of reporting in agile marketing

This is the second post in a series from PERQ about agile marketing. View the first post about how PERQ started using agile marketing here. As my department’s scrum master, I’m responsible for corralling everyone together for bi-weekly sprint planning, retrospectives and daily standup. I’m also responsible for generating summaries and reports for a good