5 Times Why

  • Post published:February 27, 2015

The 5 times why retrospective uses root cause analysis to identify the deeper causes of problems, and define actions to stop them.

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Classify Retros

  • Post published:February 27, 2015

Retrospectives can have different purposes. A suggestion how you can classify retrospectives and pick appropriate exercises to make them more valuable for their teams.

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Solution Focused

  • Post published:February 20, 2015

You can continuously becoming better in the things that you are doing great by focusing on personal and team strengths with a strengths-based retrospective.

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Project Retros

  • Post published:February 20, 2015

A retrospectives of retrospectives helps to improve collaboration between teams, increase their contributions in the project and to share learnings across projects.

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Multi Customers

  • Post published:February 19, 2015

Retrospectives exercises for teams which have more than one customer, maybe even multiple product owners.

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Open Space

  • Post published:February 18, 2015

Explicitly whether they would like to have a discussion about specific topics, and facilitating the discussion around those topics, can really help.

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Secret Box

  • Post published:February 18, 2015

With a secret box, team members can drop in their views and submit things they would want to discuss in the retrospective.

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  • Post published:February 18, 2015

Following the Agile philosophy of transparency, wordles can be used in retrospectives to really get key messages across in a clear manner.

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Negative Issues

  • Post published:February 15, 2015

This is the story of how a reader of our book on Valuable Agile Retrospectives dealt with negative issues in his retrospective.

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Remote Retros

  • Post published:February 15, 2015

The dispersed team questions retrospective exercise is a variant of the questions-based retrospective for teams consisting of members working from different locations, for example team members working from home or working in different offices, countries or even continents.

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