• Agile,  Retrospectives

    Turn Up The Good with the ”The Good, The Great, and The Amazing” Retrospective

    When teams focus on what’s not working in retrospectives, things outside their immediate control often show up. It’s great to help teams illuminate what’s holding them back, but if that’s the only thing your retrospectives are focused on they may become a drag and drain peoples energy. To help teams ”Turn up the good”  i.e. builds upon practices and elements that are good and try to make them even better I’ve created a short retro that’s based on that principle. And I’ve taken inspiration from many but particularly Woody Zuill and Marcus Hammarberg when documenting this format.  The Good, The Great, and The Amazing This retrospective takes 15 – 60 minutes depending…

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