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User Story Mapping
Take a look at your previous Sprint to see if there's anything that needs to be fixed or is worth continuing. Improve your processes when required or use the same methods if they work well for your team.
Retrospectives & evaluation
Facilitate engaging and insightful discussions about the past, enhancing team collaboration and problem-solving abilities.
Reflect on how things developed during the last Sprint, identify improvement areas, and give kudos to your teammates.
Delve into the underlying factors that led to accidents, investigate their causes, and compose strategies to counteract their reoccurrence.
Check your employees' past year's progress by discussing their goals, challenges, strengths, and weaknesses.
Review your last year in terms of personal and professional development and create action points for the upcoming months.
Check past year's lessons, achievements, challenges, or failures with your entire team.
Map out the pros and cons of any project to establish the new direction and steps.
Ask your teammates how they feel about the last Sprint and what actions could make their work environment more positive.
Show your colleagues you care about their well-being by talking about the emotions they're experiencing.
Discover what your employees missed, liked, experienced, and wished for during the Sprint.
Take turns typing down one question and asking your colleagues to give an honest answer about what went good and wrong during the last Sprint.
Run a slow-paced retro to find out what your teammates think about the last Sprint, how the work went, and what could be improved.
Request your teammates to share their personal opinion on how valuable they found the recent retrospective event.
Ask your teammates to share their feedback and opinion about the last Sprint and how you can improve the experience.
Frame your discussion around the emotional journey of your team members to improve team morale and job satisfaction.
Decide together with your team which actions you should start, stop, or continue doing during your next Sprint.
Recognize impediments during your Sprint and analyze what worked and what didn't for your team.
Analyze your projects and assign pluses to methods that worked well or deltas to things that you could improve.
Effortlessly identify strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats your project can face.
Take a look at your recent project and Sprint. See what went well and what needs to be fixed.
Vote on issues on your whiteboard and prioritize work together with your team.