A retrospective, also known as a sprint retrospective or iteration retrospective, is a meeting held at the end of a sprint or iteration in Agile project management frameworks, such as Scrum. The main purpose of the retrospective is to review the team’s performance during the sprint and identify areas for improvement. It helps the team continuously adapt, learn, and enhance their processes and collaboration.

During a retrospective, the team reflects on the work completed, how it was executed, and any challenges they faced. They discuss what went well, what didn’t go well, and what could be improved in the next sprint. The goal is to promote open and honest communication among team members, leading to actionable improvements in the team’s processes and overall performance.

The retrospective typically involves the entire team, including the Scrum Master, Product Owner, and development team members. To facilitate an effective retrospective, various techniques and activities can be used, such as brainstorming, affinity mapping, or voting on priorities for improvement.

By conducting regular retrospectives, Agile teams can continuously inspect and adapt their processes, fostering a culture of continuous improvement and ensuring that they deliver high-quality products that meet customer needs.


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