Retrospective. How to conduct it? Six Thinking Hats Method

Why do we need retrospective?

Goals and Results

The types of retrospective

  • A retrospective in the most general sense of the word;
  • Quality retrospective;
  • Issue retrospective;
  • A retrospective on any single issue.

What’s the problem

Retrospective format: interesting practice

What is Six Thinking Hats Method

  • Pluses. What was good during the iteration.
  • Minus. What are the problems our team faced?
  • Ideas. What are ideas to improve our workflow?
  • Plans. What are we planning to do?
  • We haven’t had time to do this task,
  • Release was great, customer is happy,
  • … became to do front-end tasks, because guys didn’t have time.
  • If the skills of the team members were taken into account during planning, we wouldn’t lose a lot of time to…
  • If the interface was worked out beforehand we would do it in time

Summing up

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