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Templates to reflect on recent work and identify improvements
The 4 Ls is a popular four-panel retrospective that asks teams to feedback on the positives and negatives of a particular topic or activity.
Four-panel retrospective with alternative categories of Drop, Add, Keep and Remove.
Straightforward retrospective exercise that asks teams to identify and discuss what makes them Glad, Sad and Mad.
Classic four-panel retrospective board with categories of Good, Bad, Start and Stop. Encourages a variety of ideas and actions.
Open the Box looks at all the activities a team does and examines the changes needed to improve team performance.
A simple retrospective that encourages critical thinking. Useful for retrospective sessions as well as decision making or brainstorming.
Retrospective exercise that asks people to share and discuss what the team should Start, Stop or Continue doing.
The Hot Air Balloon is a hybrid retrospective / futurespective that looks at what is helping / hindering the team and what positive / negative things are on the horizon.
The Sailboat is a picture template that uses a sailing boat metaphor to help a team visualise their goal and how they get there.
The Speedcar retrospective is a picture template that uses a racing car metaphor to ask the team what is holding them back and what is driving them forwards.
The Starfish is a picture template where each arm of the starfish represents a category for team feedback and ideas.
What would be the Super Powers and Weaknesses of your team in superhero form? Who would be your Sidekick?
Four-panel retrospective for team feedback that includes an emphasis on recognition and new ideas
Templates to plan for the future
Templates to keep a team on track
A blank board for you to start from scratch and design your own session
Templates to help you plan your strategic goals
Templates to help Product Managers make decisions