4+ Most Popular Release Retrospective Ideas
We've compiled a list of ideas for the release retrospective to help you and your team review a project, identify the areas that need more attention and improve upon your process. Your team can reflect on what worked, what did not work and how to improve for the next release.
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- 0 usesHot Air Balloon RetrospectiveImagine your project is a hot-air balloon and there are a couple of forces in place. The sandbags and storms are the things holding the project back and the hot air and fire are pushing the project fo...- What helps us go higher? (hot hair)- What holds us back? (sandbags)
- 0 usesSailboat RetrospectiveImage with a sailboat dragging an anchor heading towards rocks. This retrospective technique uses a sailboat as a metaphor for the team. The team identifies anchors (that are holding us back) and wind...- What is the wind pushing our sails that make us go fast- What anchors are holding us back- What rocks are ahead of us that risk our future- What is our ideal island destination
- 0 usesThree Little PigsBased on the story of the three little pigs and their quest for at strong house to live in.- House of StrawsThings that could easily fall apart- House of SticksThings that are working but could be improved- House of BricksThings that are stong and stable
- 0 usesRelease RetrospectiveA Release Retrospective is a critical event because it captures all the lessons learned and improvements made during the project. The retrospective begins with a team meeting to discuss what worked we...- What went well during the Project?- What went wrong during the Project?- What could we do differently to improve?