The Trello board retrospective techniques for coaches, Scrum masters, and other facilitators provides exercises and ideas to design agile retrospectives. Philip Rogers created this board, he has added me so that I can contribute my experience with retrospectives.
This interesting retrospective resource on Trello has columns with:
- “All-in-one” plans for retrospectives, descriptions of exercises that cover the five phases mentioned below.
- Futurespectives, where the focus of the conversation is not on something that has occurred in the past, but instead on what the team foresees in its future.
- Activities for the five phases from the agile retrospectives book by Esther Derby and Diana Larsen.
The trello board with retrospective techniques has been added to the retrospective exercises toolbox.
I’ve contributed to the board by sharing my blog posts How Futurespectives Help Teams to Reach Their Goals, Retrospective Prime Directive in many languages and What to do when safety is low in a retrospective on this board. More will be added soon.
My mission is to help teams all around the world to increase the value of their agile retrospectives. There’s the book Getting Value out of Agile Retrospectives, the Retrospective Exercises Toolbox, workshops for Valuable Agile Retrospectives in Teams and for Increasing your Agility with Retrospectives and there are lots of blog posts on retrospectives. And you can Ask Your Agile Retrospective Question on line. All these things help you to make your retrospectives valuable.
A big thanks to Philip Rogers for providing me the possibility to share my experience and ideas for agile retrospectives on this board!