How to run the 4Ls Retrospective
The 4Ls template (Liked, Learned, Lacked, Longed For) is a great way to help your team improve.
Introduction to the Agile Retrospective: the Why, the What, and the How
Sprint, Scrum or Agile Retrospective, what is it for? How can this help me and my team? Let's find out.
How to run a Remote Retrospective in 2021: The Complete Guide
In those times of crisis and remote work, this guide will give you tips on how to run awesome remote Agile sprint retrospectives with your distributed teams.
How to conduct the Pirates retrospective
The Pirates retrospective is good for opening up a conversation about the things your team likes and then creating an action plan to keep and improve these things.
Seven online tools to handle remote work like a boss
Here are some useful tools to adopt while working remotely. In this list, I will provide a short description of what are these tools, what problem they tackle, and some insights to make them a real game-changer if correctly used.
How to conduct the Sailboat retrospective
If you want to break the routine and perform a substantial retrospective activity, the Sailboat is the perfect option to have in your Agile toolbox.
How to conduct the DAKI retrospective
The Drop Add Keep Improve retrospective activity is suitable to use after several sprints working with the same team.
How to conduct the Learning Matrix retrospective
One of the most common, yet effective retrospective activities to do with your team is the Learning Matrix. Here’s why and how to conduct this activity.
4 simple tips to make your Scrum Retrospectives worthwhile
Scrum Retrospectives are an important reunion that help produce productive teams. Discover four simple tips to help you get the most value from these meetings.