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Set the stage
Check In - Quick Question
Ask one question that each participant answers in turn
In round-robin each participant answers the same question (unless they say 'I pass'). Sample questions:
In one word - What do you need from this retrospective?
Address concerns, e.g. by writing them down and setting them - physically and mentally - aside
What's something that caused problems last iteration?
If you could change one thing about the last iteration what would it be?
Avoid evaluating comments such as 'Great'. 'Thanks' is okay.
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) and we are constantly adding more.
Corinna wished for something like Retromat during her Scrummaster years. Eventually she just built it herself in the hope that it would be useful to others, too. Any questions, suggestions or encouragement? You can
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Timon gives Scrum trainings. He mentors
advanced scrum masters
advanced product owners
. Human, dad, nerd, contact improv & tango dancer. He has used Retromat since 2013 and started to build new features in 2016. You can
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