Retrospectives

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Scrum sprint retrospective Went well & Improve

Retrospective: Went well & Improve

Went well & Improve The went well & improve is a basic, easy and lightweight retro format that can be used in any sprint, project …

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Scrum sprint retrospective 5 dysfunctions of a team

Retrospective: The 5 dysfunctions of a team

This template was originally made by The Virtual Agile Coach.

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Scrum sprint retrospective Start, Stop, Continue, More, Less

Retrospective: Start, stop, continue, more, less

Start, stop, continue, more, less The start, stop, continue, more, less retrospective format can be used on two ways: Focus on the last sprint Focus …

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Went well, challenges, learned and want to learn

Retrospective: went well, challenges, learned and want to learn

What went well, challenges, what did we learn and want to learn This retrospective format is designed to have a look at both the good …

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Retrospective: 4Hs

The 4H’s retrospective The 4H’s retrospective is a great retrospective to do at the end of a sprint with your team. It looks at both …

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Scrum project or release retrospective

Retrospective: Project or Release retrospective

The Project or Release retrospective This retrospecitve format is designed to do at the end of a project or release. You can also use this …

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Scrum sprint retrospective New year's resolutions

Retrospective: New year’s resolutions

The New Year’s resolutions retrospective This retrospecitve format is designed for the last retrospective of the year with your team. This is a good time …

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Scrum sprint retrospective halloween retrospective

Retrospective: Halloween

The halloween retrospective… This retrospecitve format is designed for halloween. Take your team along on a scary journey… The Icebreaker To get everybody ready for …

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Scrum sprint retrospective 5 WHYS - Clean

Retrospective: 5 WHYs

Format: The 5 WHYs The Icebreaker The retrospective format After the icebreaker, we can go to the “5 WHYs” exercise. The exercises goes as following: …

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