From our personal experience, we are all aware that with a lot of work and outside pressures, working on your personal development, trying to unite and move forward a team of people can be quite tricky, especially as we share our personal challenges.
That’s why at ScrumDesk, we decided to gather a number of valuable tips for your Retrospective. All of the resources are used by our mentors, whether as an inspiration or an example of dealing with common jams effectively and finding new suggestions for leader techniques, and evaluating the Retrospective. Whether you have 10 minutes to spare or an entire weekend, we hope and believe you’ll find inspiration and ideas that can help you move people around you one step forward. Ultimately, Agile is not about ceremonies, practices, board meetings but about people.
Multiple websites offer tricks, tips and practices for retrospective. In the list below, you can find multiple sources that range from examples for games to solving anti-patterns, a number of answers to questions you may not have even known you hadn’t answered yet.
The third Retrospective in a row, and it ended up wrapped in a negative blanket again?
Retro is the final dot at the end of the iteration, and the health of the team is most important here.
Give out Kudo cards and celebrate even minor achievements.