Mad Sad Glad

  • Post published:September 26, 2017

Mad Sad Glad helps teams to look for things that make them happy, sad, or drive them mad, and to decide how they want to address them as a team.

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Four L’s

  • Post published:July 26, 2017

 Look for things your team Liked, Learned, Lacked, and Longed For in their iteration

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1 Woord

  • Post published:March 24, 2017

De 1-woord retrospective helpt teams om hun gevoel uit te drukken met behulp van één woord.

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  • Post published:March 24, 2017

Een zeilboot retrospective oefening helpt om een visie te definiëren, risico’s te identificeren en om maatregelen te treffen om je doel te bereiken.

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Sail boat futurespective

  • Post published:March 7, 2017

When you’re a new team, the sail boat futurespective exercise helps you to set your agile course and start sailing to reach your goal.

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  • Post published:January 6, 2017

Visualize your path to agility and decide what you will take along on your yourney.

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Warm up

  • Post published:December 21, 2016

Warm-up exercises are used at the start of a retrospective to get teams ready to explore and learn

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Faces Jack Sparrow

  • Post published:October 29, 2016

An exercise that helps to explore and discuss feelings in teams using the Many Faces of Captain Jack Sparrow.

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Less is More

  • Post published:October 29, 2016

Here’s some ideas on how to come up with less actions to get more done.

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  • Post published:May 18, 2016

Help people to look back and reflect in an agile / Scrum retrospective when they want to learn from how they are doing.

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Things Going Well

  • Post published:May 18, 2016

Here are a couple of techniques and exercises that you can use in retrospectives to learn from things that go well.

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