Online Retrospective Tool – 6 Great Examples For Your Retrospective
ONLINE RETROSPECTIVE TOOL – 6 GREAT EXAMPLES
Hi guys, this week I am writing a blog post for all of you that are looking for a good Online Retrospective Tool. This post will bring several scrum retrospective tools you can use when you run Agile Distributed Retrospectives.
Retrium is one of the only tools designed specifically for retrospectives and it’s my personal favorite!In a single click, Retrium lets you run powerful retrospective techniques, like Mad Sad Glad and Start Stop Continue.Each technique includes private brainstorming, dot voting, prioritized discussion, and more. On top of that, Retrium allows you to create action plans to track your progress.
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GoReflect is a free tool designed specifically for retrospectives. It supports Start Continue Stop, Mad Sad Glad, What Worked and What Didn’t, and a custom board that allows you to define your own columns. Unlike a typical retrospective, goReflect encourages the idea of a continuous retrospective to drive continuous improvement. Each retrospective board is always available for the team to share their thoughts by adding cards anytime from anywhere. goReflect also provides a dashboard that presents interesting analytics to the team that can promote retrospective engagement.
ScatterSpoke is an agile retrospective tool where anyone on your team can quickly launch and share a retro with team members. Everyone can post cards in real-time, vote on issues, create groups, or pin items for follow up. Create cards when they happen. Have a retro without trying to remember. Gather metrics on common patterns. Have a smarter retrospective. It’s time to ditch the stickies.
Fun, effective retrospectives for distributed agile teams. Engage your whole team in the continuous improvement process with simple activities that make it easy to gather insights, suggest actions and follow up on commitments.
There is an Agile tooling app which is specifically made for Distributed Team Retrospectives called – Agile Cockpit. It has an app which is called Retrospective app and is real time and teams across locations can real time capture their retrospectives
Conduct a retrospective with a remote team using Google Hangout.
If you are new to my blog you should know that I write a lot about Agile Retrospectives. If you are interested in the topic there are several blog posts that I believe you will find interesting:
- Are You Aware Of The 5 Most Asked Questions About Agile Retros?
- Agile Retrospectives Ideas: Games For Your Next Retrospective
- 9 Deadly Agile Retrospectives AntiPatterns Every ScrumMaster Must Avoid
- Retrospective Agile Facilitator Role and Responsibilities
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