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Devika Gibbs - June 29 2021
Richer Retrospectives is a great way to help teams continuously refine their behaviours to ensure they get the work done in the optimum way in their particular context. This informal retro is fast to learn. It helps teams to discuss their challenges, assess their performance, and decide on an improvement they wish to focus on.
Laurence has carefully curated 44 critical behaviours on individual cards. The cards are a mix of positive and negative traits that a team should reflect upon when looking back on their performance in a retrospective.
The cards are colour coded to help teams decide which ones to use depending on their situation and needs.
Orange (Universal) Cards. The orange universal cards help any team using any approach.
Green (Fusion) Cards. Teams adopting Agile will value the green fusion cards
Purple (Agile) Cards. The purple cards are Agile-specific for more mature teams.
The Richer Retrospective technique is great played in person but with increasing number of teams working from home, we've come up with a way for remote teams to use the cards as well.
If your teams are based in different locations without access to a common base (e.g table or whiteboard), then you can use a digital whiteboard or screen to conduct your retro.
Top tip: Send physical decks to the team members to encourage asynchronous working. Individuals can engage with the physical deck in their own time and will be better prepared when the team comes together.
In this video here, Laurence explains why he created the Richer Retro technique and how the cards can be used on a digital whiteboard.