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Retrospective Meetings

Templates that structure your retrospective meetings to allow the team to reflect on the outcomes of a project and what could be improved moving forward.

Retrospective 4Ls

Reflect back on the 4Ls (liked, learned, lacked, and longed for) after the completion of a sprint.

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Sprint Retro

As the last step during your sprint, use this template to help reflect on the sprint, identify past pitfalls, and propose new ideas.

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Blue Ocean Framework

Use this framework to help you assess whether you are spending money in the correct ways around your product to maximize user gain and minimize user pain.

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Project Retro

Help your team reflect on the learnings, challenges, and outcomes of a completed project by using this project retrospective template.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are retrospective meetings?

Retrospective meetings are regular sessions held by a team at the end of a project or sprint. The team uses this time to discuss what went well, what didn’t and how processes can be improved in the future. The goal of these meetings is to encourage open, constructive feedback and collaborative problem solving. Retrospective meetings are a key component of agile methodologies, but can also be used outside of this framework.

How can Fellow help me have an efficient meeting?

The first step to an efficient and productive meeting is to start with an agenda. Fellow makes it easy to create an agenda using one of agenda templates, or by creating one of your own. From there, Fellow prompts meeting attendees to prepare for the upcoming meeting and collaborate on what to talk about. During the meeting, check off points as they get discussed, add notes to have a central source of truth, and document action items and next steps. This way, everyone leaves the meeting on the same page.

What makes a good retrospective meeting agenda?

Good retrospective meeting agendas ensure that everyone is on the same page about what they’re expected to talk about. Decide early on whether you want to focus on a particular project, timeline, or process so that everyone knows where to focus their attention. It’s also important to figure out what format you’d like to run the retro in: for example, do you want it to be purely a venting session, do you want it to be a brainstorming session, or do you want everyone to list what they learned.

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