Retrospective meetings are held at the end of our three week sprint to reflect on what happened, and how we can improve for the next sprint. They play a crucial role in team development, and provide a great outlet for celebrating our successes and openly discussing failure.

There are many resources for running different types of retrospectives. Instead of facilitating the same old retrospective format, try different formats in-order to:

  • Keep the meeting fresh and creative
  • Allow people to think about improvements from different angles

I am a member of Baymax brigade @ ACL. The Baymax members really like playing boardgames during breaks, so we figured it would be a great experience to have a retrospective that was centred around the theme of the famous “Dungeons & Dragons” game (in short D&D). …

Alon Sabi

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