Before you start with retrospectives, there are a couple of basics that you should take care of. Skip this chapter, and chances are that your retrospectives will suck and you can't figure out why.
As many options as there are to design a retrospective, there are just as many ways to muck it up.
Instead of suggesting specific formats (there are enough out there), this chapter presents guiding principles that help you build your own retrospective formats and enable you to anticipate what may work and what doesn't.
Everyone talks about creative retrospective formats. Reflecting about how to define great actions often falls short. Even though the value of retrospectives is highly coupled to the effectiveness of outcomes.
It's time to shift the attention!
Table of Contents Ever heard of retro fatigue? In hundreds of interviews we've conducted with Scrum Masters, Agile Coaches, and other practitioners, Retro has been fatigue
The biggest success of Echometer so far isn't that we got nice customers (like Miele or Volvo), gained thousands of users or raised some venture capital