No more hours spent on searching for the perfect activity - we have it! Enjoy our 24 ready-to-use retrospective formats.
Run easy retrospectives
Intuitive, quick, and simple retrospective ideas. Recommended for beginners.
Make a full assessment
Conduct a thorough investigation of your last Sprint, project, or event.
We are not robots, are we? So let's truthfully expose our feelings.
We tell each other the real things, adapt our plan, and all move forward together.
Project yourself into the future
Have a futurespective today to lead your team to success tomorrow.
Improve Team Bonding
Build a strong team spirit through these creative retrospective ideas.
Remember that a learning team is a team willing to go far.
Live a unique experience
One-of-a-kind activities you won't see anywhere else (we imagined them!).
Think about how to continuously deliver value while giving recognition to your colleagues.
Hopes & Concerns
Foster empathy and get prepared for what's coming next!
The Rock Band
You have finished your concert at the legendary Sprint Festival. It is time for the debriefing.
The Zombie Apocalypse
Will your team be able to survive the toughest challenges?
What Did You Learn?
A simple retrospective template, based on each member's learnings.
From Canada, with love
Have a nice trip to Canada through this meaningful retrospective idea.
Retro Football Club
Our team gave it all. So let's see how our last game went.
Genie in a Bottle
You have found a magical lamp and freed the genie inside. What will be your three wishes?
Start Stop Continue
Help your team members identify what they need to start doing, stop doing, and continue doing to become even more effective.
Love can also be part of your retrospectives, you know!
The Three Little Pigs
Fun activity that uses the Three Little Pigs story to foster a conversation on how to make your process more solid.
Keep Drop Start
This retrospective template is great to talk about processes and habits your team would like to keep, drop or start for the next sprint.
This exercise is good to focus on improvement after several sprints working with the same team.
Identify what your team liked or disliked about the past sprint. Give recognition to your peers and find what to do for the future.
Starfish is an excellent technique to foster thinking about actions and ideas that generate value.
The island is your team's objective and the wind is all the things that help your team to reach its goals.
A short activity based on the good things your team members did! Reinforce your team's relationship hence its velocity.
Pros and Cons
The ideal model to help you make a decision about a specific problem.
Liked, learned, lacked, and longed for. Four simple words to dig into both the positive and negative aspects of your last Sprint.
Identify the team's strengths and weaknesses, then reflect on the opportunities and threats that emerge from them.
What Went Well
Recommended for new teams. Just go back over what worked and did not work well in the last Sprint.
The End-of-Year Retrospective
The perfect activity to wrap up the year and start thinking about next year.
Glad Sad Mad
Help your team members talk about their feelings and what makes them glad, sad or mad.
You are on your way to find a treasure that represents what your team should try to improve.
Create your template
Build your own retrospective template to fit your team's needs.