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Use the Lean Coffee format for a focused discussion of the top topics
Say how much time you set aside for this phase, then explain the rules of Lean Coffee for retrospectives:
Everyone writes down topics they’d like to discuss - 1 topic per sticky
Put the stickies up on a whiteboard or flipchart. The person who wrote it describes the topic in 1 or 2 sentences. Group stickies that are about the same topic
Everyone dot-votes for the 2 topics they want to discuss
Order the stickies according to votes
Start with the topic of highest interest
Set a timer for 5 minutes. When the timer beeps, everyone gives a quick thumbs up or down. Majority of thumbs up: The topic gets another 5 minutes. Majority of thumbs down: Start the next topic.
Stop when the allotted time is over.
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