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Weather Report Retrospective

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‍Stormy
What's been turbulent and interrupted our plans?
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Rainy
What's been disruptive and shifted away our focus?
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What's been uncertain and made us feel worried?
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What's been cheerful and brought us joy?
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Check out your Sprint's climate with this thoughtful activity.

What is the "Weather Report Retrospective" Template?

The "Weather Report Retrospective" is a dynamic and innovative Sprint Retrospective template designed to help teams navigate their Sprints or iterations with a fresh perspective. 

The template consists of four core components: Stormy, Rainy, Cloudy, and Sunny, each representing different aspects of your team's journey. 

By engaging with each aspect of the "Weather Report Retrospective," your team gains a holistic understanding of the Sprint or iteration journey, fostering a culture of continuous improvement. 

This template encourages collaboration, boosts morale, and enhances team cohesion, ultimately leading to more successful and enjoyable projects.

When is it best to use the "Weather Report Retrospective"?

I suggest using the "Weather Report Retrospective" template at the end of a Sprint. But you could also try it at the end of a project phase to engage your team in a constructive and insightful reflection.

Whether you're facing challenges or experiencing success, this template is your go-to tool for fostering open communication and continuous improvement within your team. 

It's particularly effective in creating an inclusive environment that encourages team members to share their thoughts and contribute to the overall growth of the team.

How does the "Weather Report Retrospective" work?

⚡ Stormy - What's been turbulent and interrupted our plans?

Reflect on obstacles and challenges that interfered with your progress. 

e.g., despite rigorous testing, a critical software bug emerged unexpectedly.

🌧️ Rainy - What's been disruptive and shifted away our focus?

Identify distractions or disruptions that impacted your team's focus.

e.g., constantly changing priorities from upper management diverted our focus.

☁️ Cloudy - What's been uncertain and made us feel worried?

Explore uncertainties and concerns that created anxiety within the team.

e.g., ambiguity surrounding requirements left the team uncertain about the deliverable's scope.

☀️ Sunny - What's been cheerful and brought us joy?

Celebrate achievements, milestones, and positive team dynamics.

e.g., successfully implemented a new feature that both met the deadline and received positive feedback from end-users.

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The 4 elements of Weather Report Retrospective

Image of the column ‍Stormy from the retrospective template Weather Report Retrospective on the Neatroverse community
‍Stormy
What's been turbulent and interrupted our plans?
Image of the column Rainy from the retrospective template Weather Report Retrospective on the Neatroverse community
Rainy
What's been disruptive and shifted away our focus?
Image of the column Cloudy from the retrospective template Weather Report Retrospective on the Neatroverse community
Cloudy
What's been uncertain and made us feel worried?
Image of the column Sunny from the retrospective template Weather Report Retrospective on the Neatroverse community
Sunny
What's been cheerful and brought us joy?
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