What is the Sprint Retrospective in Scrum?

The Sprint Retroperspective Meeting is the last event during a Sprint. The Sprint Retroperspective is timeboxed to three hours for four-week sprints. The Sprint Retroperspective Meeting includes the identification of improvement opportunities and the reflection of the Sprint progress. The reflection is worked out in the team. Different reflection and feedback methods can be used to get to the bottom of problems. It is reflected how the collaboration, the final result and the use of the tools was. In the Sprint Retroperspective, the following questions are clarified:

It is understood from the answers which workflows should be improved and how they can be improved. A plan is developed to analyze and optimize workflows. After these meetings, the effectiveness, process and future process of the meeting "Sprint Retroperspective" can be reflected.



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