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Mountain Climber retrospective

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Ropes
What assisted us in reaching our goal?
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Boulders
What obstacles stood in our way?
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How do we feel about our hike?
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What have we learned along the way?
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What would make our next trek easier?
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Reaching new heights is good, but reflecting on our hike is even better!

What is the Mountain Climber retrospective?

The Mountain Climber is a uniquely crafted retrospective activity designed to infuse excitement, clarity, and actionable insights into your team's post-sprint reflections.

Inspired by the challenges and triumphs of mountain climbing, this template goes beyond the traditional retrospective format, offering a structured yet dynamic approach to retrospective meetings.

How does the Mountain Climber retrospective work?

Here's a breakdown:

  1. Ropes (What assisted us in reaching our goal?): Imagine unraveling the ropes that supported your team's ascent. This segment is dedicated to identifying and observing the methodologies, tools, or strategies that were pivotal to your success. It's a moment to recognize what worked well and ensure those practices continue to anchor your future climbs.
  2. Boulders (What obstacles stood in our way?): Picture confronting the formidable boulders that obstructed your path. In this phase, your team collectively addresses the challenges faced during the sprint. By acknowledging and dissecting these obstacles, you pave the way for strategic problem-solving and a smoother journey ahead.
  3. Weather (How do we feel about our hike?): Envision gauging the emotional weather of your team. This segment focuses on the human aspect, encouraging open discussions about the team's collective emotional state. By understanding and addressing feelings, you nurture a supportive team culture and strengthen the interpersonal bonds crucial for any ascent.
  4. Hiking Journal (What have we learned along the way?): Visualize documenting your team's journey in a shared journal. Here, the emphasis is on capturing lessons learned, unexpected discoveries, and key insights gained during the sprint. This collective journal becomes a valuable reference for future climbs, fostering a culture of continuous learning.
  5. First Aid (What would make our next trek easier?): Envisage applying first aid to ensure a smoother trek ahead. In this final phase, your team collaboratively devises actionable plans and initiatives based on the retrospective insights. It's a proactive step towards continuous improvement, ensuring that each subsequent climb becomes more efficient and successful.

Conclusion

In a nutshell, the Mountain Climber Retrospective Template turns your team's reflection into a purposeful and engaging adventure. It celebrates past wins, tackles challenges, and sets the stage for even greater success in future sprints.

Happy retrospective!

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Céline Ozouf
Master of my own 
Attirée par la psychologie sociale et humaniste, je m’intéresse au rapport que nous entretenons les uns avec les autres, ainsi qu’au monde qui nous entoure. Je suis particulièrement sensible à l’effet que peut avoir la présence attentive sur notre bien-être individuel, mais également la qualité de nos relations.
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The 5 elements of Mountain Climber retrospective

Image of the column Ropes from the retrospective template Mountain Climber retrospective on the Neatroverse community
Ropes
What assisted us in reaching our goal?
Image of the column Boulders from the retrospective template Mountain Climber retrospective on the Neatroverse community
Boulders
What obstacles stood in our way?
Image of the column Weather from the retrospective template Mountain Climber retrospective on the Neatroverse community
Weather
How do we feel about our hike?
Image of the column Hiking Journal from the retrospective template Mountain Climber retrospective on the Neatroverse community
Hiking Journal
What have we learned along the way?
Image of the column First Aid from the retrospective template Mountain Climber retrospective on the Neatroverse community
First Aid
What would make our next trek easier?
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