So that you can boost your team's chances of success
I've been involved in 100's of retrospectives over the years [And facilitated more than I can count]
One of the biggest problems I see & and the most common question people ask me when I speak at conferences:
"How can I improve the quality of retrospective actions?"
When the actions capture aren't well defined, here's what happens:
- The same actions come up → Time after time
- Wasteful practices → Amplifying existing problems
- Reduced morale → And sometimes a loss of trust in the process entirely
An easy fix?
Make those actions SMARTER
Here's a visual I created showing you how. [Visual inspired by Colby Kultgen]
That you can use as a reference point
Specific → Team knows exactly [what] to do
Measurable → Quantifiable so they know it's [done]
Achievable → [Actionable] in the next few weeks
Relevant → Linkable back to product or strategic [goals]
Timebound → Exactly [when] they plan to do it
Easy (To start) → The resistance to [begin] isn't too high
Reflective → When progress will be reviewed
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