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How to run retrospective meeting effectively?

Looking at the past can provide clues to improve the future. This is the essence of retrospective meetings. Retrospectives have become the mainstay among teams using agile and scrum methodology. It involves reflecting on the latest sprint or project, what went well, recognise what needs to be improved and celebrate the team’s success. It can also be used to review status or a problem scenario. Retrospectives meetings direct attention towards a few key questions, these are:

What went well?
What didn’t go so well?
What have I learnt?
What still puzzles me?

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