New Retrospective - Our Everest - What represents Everest for your team?
Whilst writing plays for upcoming book relating to futurespection, I was inspired to create a new futurespective.
Retro number #85 in my collection is therefore the 'Our Everest' futurespective.
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Use this short futurespective to identify a key problem the team is trying to solve or an outcome it's trying to reach and work backwards to plan an itinerary for how the team will get there.
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Why use this retro?
Break the ice; Invite the team to share their personal Everest, a goal or outcome they are chasing
𝙂𝙚𝙣𝙚𝙧𝙖𝙩𝙚 𝙞𝙣𝙨𝙞𝙜𝙝𝙩𝙨: Use some mountain climbing metaphors to generate insights.
- Climbing equipment - What support or resources do we need to climb our Everest?
What skills will we need to acquire?
- Pain Avalanche - What will cause us pain as a team?
What may stop us from climbing our Everest?
- Climbing itinerary - What actions are we adding to our itinerary?
How will we commit to our success?
Return on time invested: Rating as a team what value the futurespective brought using a return on time invested scale. Futurespectives themselves should also be subject to continuous improvement
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