Four L’s

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

Things Going Well

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

Asking Why?

Asking why gives insight in peoples behavior and their feelings and motives that drive them, helps to find root causes of problems, and reveal the strengths that people have. More

Action Radiator

Having some sort of visual indicator of the action items, along with the people responsible for them, always helps the team stay focused. More

Team Kudos

The most important thing is never to forget to appreciate and thank your team members for the ways they have helped each other. More

Secret Box

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

Vital Few Actions

This retrospective exercise can be used within agile frameworks like Scrum, SAFe, XP or Kanban to have teams agree upon the vital few improvement actions that they will do. More

Perfection Game

The Perfection Game can be used as a retrospective exercise to quickly discover strengths and define effective improvement actions. More

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