Check-in activities are a way to gather how participants feel about the meeting and the previous sprint. It is an opportunity for the team to get to know each other better and it can influence the tone of the retrospective discussion. Check-ins are conversation starters for the group.
I asked the Agile Philippines community through the Agile Philippines Facebook Group on tips for effective and fun retrospectives the Filipino way. These are my key take aways. 1. Great retrospectives are affirmative Facilitators set the tone to make the retrospective a safe environment to constructively discuss improvement areas in the previous sprint Members findContinue reading “What makes a great Agile Retrospective?”