What is a Sprint Retrospective?

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A key Scrum ceremony held at the end of a Sprint where teams reflect on what went well, what could have gone better and what went wrong.

As part of creating a marketing campaign, feature, product, service or experience (i.e. an initiative) companies and teams often employ an Agile project management called Scrum to execute a specific objective and portion body of work through a time-boxed period of time known as a Sprint.

These time-boxed periods are often ended with a meeting with a meeting known as a Sprint Retrospective or Agile Retrospective where teams reflect on the work and collaboration that has taken place with the intention of boosting moral, performance and efficiency.

As part of these meetings teams discuss the following questions:

  • What went well?
  • What could have gone better?
  • What went wrong?

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