How to run a remote retrospective efficiently? | Part 2/2

Yu Phoebe
Yu Phoebe
Apr 11 · 2 min read
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Remote Sprint Retrospective

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Essential Kit

👩‍💻 The facilitator | To be a timekeeper and introduce the format to the team
👨‍💻 The cool team | To review the team’s performance and to grow a better team together.
💻 Laptop
⌨️ Communication channel | Slack
💬 Video conferencing tool | Zoom
⏲️ Timer

Format

Here we go:

Around 1 | 📗 Achieve
Spend 5mins writing down things you have achieved in the sprint.⏲️Spend 1min each sharing

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Around 1 | 📗 Achieve example

Around 2| 📕Stop
Spend 5mins writing down things which should be stopped in the upcoming sprints.
⏲️Spend 1min each sharing

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Around 2| 📕Stop example

Around 3| 📒Next
Following from the discussion and sharing you had of the first two rounds (📕Stop / 📗 Achieve). You might have some ideas on how to improve the challenges.
Spend 5mins writing down the actionable tasks or things which can be done in the upcoming sprints.
⏲️Spend 1min each sharing

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Around 3| 📒Next example

Thanks for reading.
If you ever have a chance try with your teams in various sizes. I would love to hear your comments, feedback and questions.

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Yu Phoebe

Written by

Yu Phoebe

Product UX Designer@XD Labo | UX Testing community @ TestlaHK Organiser

Enyk Security

We help organizations of all sizes to achieve data security with encryption and access management technology

Yu Phoebe

Written by

Yu Phoebe

Product UX Designer@XD Labo | UX Testing community @ TestlaHK Organiser

Enyk Security

We help organizations of all sizes to achieve data security with encryption and access management technology

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