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Bart Krawczyk
Nov 22, 2022 ⋅ 6 min read

20 fresh retrospective session formats and ideas

Bart Krawczyk Learning how to build beautiful products without burning myself out (again). Writing about what I discovered along the way.

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3 Replies to "20 fresh retrospective session formats and ideas"

  1. This blog is a goldmine for sprint retrospectives! The wide range of formats and ideas provided here is incredibly valuable for enhancing team collaboration and continuous improvement. Thank you for sharing these practical insights and empowering product managers to run effective retrospectives.

  2. Great blog post on running effective sprint retrospectives! The 20 formats and ideas mentioned are really helpful for keeping retrospectives engaging and productive. I’ll definitely be trying out some of these techniques in my next retrospective. Thanks for sharing! 👍🏼🚀

  3. Thanks for sharing this great blog post on how to run effective sprint retrospectives! I especially appreciate the variety of retrospective formats and ideas, as well as the tips on how to facilitate a retrospective effectively. Creating a safe space where team members feel comfortable sharing their honest feedback, and keeping the retrospective focused on the sprint itself, are two of the most important things to keep in mind.

    I highly recommend this blog post to anyone who is involved in agile development.

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