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The Emoji Retrospective

New Retrospective - The Emoji Retro - What emojis represent your last iteration?



Retro number #84 in my collection is the Emoji Retro. Emoji's have become a common part of texting language so everyone will be familiar with the prompts available


To browse my full back catalogue of retro templates categorised by theme, click here;


I created a Cricket themed retrospective recently, I figured I'd go for a theme that may resonate more for those in the States.


Access the Miro and image templates below, plug & play into your own instances and let us know how you get on! To learn more about how to open templates in your virtual whiteboard of choice, download the quick guide here;





Why use this retro?


Break the ice; Invite the team to tell the tale of their last iteration using only emojis. Select from the list available or choose your own


𝙂𝙚𝙣𝙚𝙧𝙖𝙩𝙚 𝙞𝙣𝙨𝙞𝙜𝙝𝙩𝙨: Use some of the most commonly used emojis to draw out insights as to how the team could improve.


- Heart Eyes- What did we love about how we worked in the last iteration?

What made us feel warm and fuzzy inside?


- Crying with laughter- What made work fun for us in the last iteration?

How could we continue that fun into the next iteration?


- Fire - Where were we on fire in the last iteration?

Where did we excel as a team?


- Suspicious Eyes - What do we need to keep our eyes on in the next iteration?

Where is there potential for drama? Or something we need to focus on?


Choose your own emoji prompt! Empower the team to select another emoji and choose a prompt from it


Retro the retro: Inspect & Adapt the retro itself by rating how much value it brought you & the team using the fist of five scale. Retros themselves should also be subject to continuous improvement


 

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