Release Retrospective Retrospective
What is this activity?
A 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 well and what did not work. A Release Retrospective is a must-have, as the process uncovers valuable information for the team to discuss. Document findings to make an action plan - improvements needed for future releases. Your Release Retrospective process and action plan mitigate risk and drive continuous improvement.
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Release Retrospective Template
What went well during the Project?
What went wrong during the Project?
What could we do differently to improve?
How to conduct this activity
Release Retrospective participants: The entire project team takes part in the retrospective, not just the scrum team. The scrum master facilitates the discussion, captures, and shares feedback with stakeholders. Location: Virtual/On-site Duration: This meeting can last 1.5-3 hours depending on the size and complexity of your project. The goal of this Release Retrospective is to gather feedback on the delivery experience and identify improvements for the next MLP. It is important to note that throughout the project, the team performs sprint retrospectives and accumulates several useful continuous improvement ideas from those sprints.
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