This alternative retrospective format might be good for helping to build team culture and moving to a more positive mindset, with a sense of gratitude.By expanding the team to examine multiple aspects of a sprint, it can help promote original ideas whilst still recognising the people who have brought value to the project so far. This you break away from repetitive, boring retrospective analysis strategies and brings fresh thinking into the mix.
The Key Components of a WRAP retrospective
Tips and learnings in running a WRAP retrospective
This topic can produce some far-fetched ideas however, that is the point! What would make the ideal sprint? What would make you most proud? Even if it’s a long-shot, what do you hope will happen?
What could slow things down or even completely derail things? What possible pitfalls or hazards should be avoided? Are there threats or vulnerabilities that are yet to be addressed?
When did you feel grateful and who was it that made you feel this way? Who helped you? Who really made a difference during the last sprint? Remember, these things don’t have to be project-related.
Is there anything perplexing you? Is there something you’re grappling with or seeking clarity on? Is there anything you’re feeling doesn’t quite make sense?