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An Agile retrospective is one of the 5 ceremonies in the Scrum framework, and usually occurs at the end of each iteration/sprint. This is an opportunity for the teams to inspect & adapt (what went well, what didn’t, and room for improvement) on the just ended sprint

It is facilitated by the SM and attended by the scrum team. Usually, the time-boxing varies depending on sprint duration (3 hours for a 4-week sprint, 1.5 hours for a 2-week sprint, etc.) Try to use icebreakers to set the environment and ease everyone up for maximum participation.

A retrospective event can take on several formats & techniques (e.g 4Ls, What Went well, etc) and can be facilitated using several tools such as Agile Club.io (of course the best in the game.

Kicking off your first retro or just ready to explore something more fun and insightful? We are giving you a wide range of different retrospective techniques, all in one place. Get up and running within seconds, same with your team members.

Mind blowing, popular, and easy to facilitate retrospective formats. Click on each retrospective format below to learn more

 

4Ls (Liked-Learned-Lacked-Longed for)

DAKI (Drop-Add-Keep-Improve)

What Went Well

Sailboat Retrospective

Starfish Retrospective

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