A typical retrospective is all about reflecting on past performance and identifying areas of improvement. Best practices of running retrospectives include focusing on facts and avoiding letting emotions get in the way of an unbiased […]
A template for better sprint retrospectives Sprint retrospectives are run after a sprint has been completed and before the next sprint planning meet. The objective of the retrospective is to review the last sprint, identify […]
What is the 4Ls retrospective technique The 4L retrospective is a technique used by teams to review and evaluate past performance. It’s a simple framework wherein the team gets together (physically or virtually) to discuss […]
The Business Model Canvas is a strategic tool used to quickly and easily define a new business idea or concept. It was created in 2008 by Alexander Osterwalder to help clearly understand how a business […]
What is Start, Stop, Continue? Start, Stop, Continue is a popular retrospective technique used to gather feedback and uncover insights while running a team retrospective. In its simplest form, the technique is based on asking […]
Retrospectives are an indispensable tool for assessing past performance and identifying areas of improvement. One way of ensuring retrospectives surface true insights is by leveraging the power of visual metaphors. This is where the Sailboat […]
The Lean Canvas is an adaptation of the Business Model Canvas designed specifically for Lean Startups. In its essence, it is a one page document that encapsulates all the critical elements of a business plan.
Retrospectives are traditionally designed to reflect on past events upon completion of a project. However, the Hot Air Balloon retrospective takes a different approach. It’s a combined retrospective and futurespective, so you can use it […]