Sprint Review and Retrospective are often confused. The Sprint Review is focused on the Product, Product Improvement, and feedback from Stakeholders/Customers. The Retrospective is focused on improving the team, their process and approach to the work.
Meeting Ground Rules Updated
Scrum by Example – Same Old Song in Sprint Retrospective
When to stop holding retrospectives?
Agile Games for Making Retrospectives Interesting
Two Key Things for Sprint Retrospective Facilitation
The Difference Between Data and Metrics
- A list of techniques not found elsewhere
- Cynefin helps Agile Retrospectives
- How can active participation in meetings be encouraged?
- No time for Retrospectives?
- Wasting Your Time in the Scrum Theatre
Retrospective Activities Catalogs
- FunRetrospectives: activities and ideas for making agile retrospectives more engaging by Taina Caetano and Paulo Caroli
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