With industry-tested templates, agile teams will always have an engaging and fun retrospective.
If you want action-oriented feedback, then this is a great format for your agile team.
What Went Well? What Didn't Go Well? is a basic retrospective technique that focuses on your team's strengths and weaknesses.
This retrospective template is a great way to check the emotional pulse of your agile team
A Lean Coffee retrospective can help your team gather and build an agenda for your team’s meeting.
This type of retrospective helps teams narrow down the focus of a retrospective and easily see areas of agreement or disagreement.
4Ls is a popular, frequently used technique that is simple to set up for the facilitator and easy to understand for the participants.
Wishes, Risks, Appreciations, Puzzles - This retrospective technique can uncover hidden concerns and helps teams examine a sprint from multiple perspectives.
A sailboat retrospective can illuminate all the things that are helping and hindering your scrum team.
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.
This is a great template if your team wants to identify ways you can better meet your sprint goals and set new ones.
Product Goal Template helps your team evaluate if the goal you have created is the best fit for the upcoming sprint.
Help remote teams measure their happiness and identify challenges with these five common topics.
A safety check team radar is a great way to make sure your retrospectives are a safe space for open and honest feedback.
Allows facilitators to confirm if everyone is aligned on the goals for the discussion before beginning the retro.
Retrium gives you the flexibility to run retrospectives how you want and save those templates for future use with your team.
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