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Retrospective Techniques

Sailboat

A sailboat retrospective can illuminate all the things that are helping and hindering your scrum team.

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Wishes, Risks, Appreciations, Puzzles

Wishes, Risks, Appreciations, Puzzles - This retrospective technique can uncover hidden concerns and helps teams examine a sprint from multiple perspectives.

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Starfish

A starfish retrospective is named for its five points, where teams can articulate what to start doing, stop doing, keep doing, do more of, and do less of.

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What Went Well

What Went Well? What Didn't Go Well? is a basic retrospective technique that focuses on your team's strengths and weaknesses.

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4Ls

4Ls is a popular, frequently used technique that is simple to set up for the facilitator and easy to understand for the participants.

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Mad, Sad, Glad

This retrospective template is a great way to check the emotional pulse of your agile team.

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Start, Stop, Continue

If you want action-oriented feedback, then this is a great format for your agile team.

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Lean Coffee™

A Lean Coffee retrospective can help your team gather and build an agenda for your team’s meeting.

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Team Radar

This type of retrospective helps teams narrow down the focus of a retrospective.

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