Retrospective templates

Templates for conducting retrospectives in agile teams

Start, Stop, Continue

What should we start doing? What should we stop doing? What should we continue doing? Focus on action-oriented feedback and concrete suggestions for improvement.

Mad, Sad, Glad

What was annoying? What was disappointing? What was fun? Let participants express their individual feelings to improve the emotional well-being of your team.

4Ls

What went better than expected? What were valuable lessons learned? What was missing? What requests were not met? Ask for positive and negative experiences to get detailed feedback.

What went well

What went well? What didn't go well? What actions are necessary? Allow open and honest criticism to find out your team's strengths and weaknesses.

DAKI

What do we need to drop? What new things should we tackle? What should we keep? What could be improved? Identify productive and unproductive activities.

4Ls

What went better than expected? What were valuable lessons learned? What was missing? What requests were not met? Ask for positive and negative experiences to get detailed feedback.

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