TUTORIALS & HOW-TOS

Retrospectives 101 | How To Prepare A Retro In Miro

The objective of a retrospective is continuous improvement. The objective is not to create the most creative retros of the company. How not to overdo it yet provide a lot of value for the team and help them improve what is not working for them.

Retrospectives 101 | How To Prepare A Retro In Miro video on YT

After my last video about automating your retrospectives with Parabol.co, I got some comments from you guys about the meditative quality of preparing the retro. As opposed to just choosing a template for one on the go. Today I’ll explain how to prepare your retrospectives using the digital whiteboard — Miro. I will explain how to do it yourself in a few quick steps and also where to look for ideas for awesome retrospectives.

I loved what Markus wrote in his comment below the video, he explained how he tailors the retros for the team, making them creative and appealing, based on what has been going on:

Comment on my YouTube video about Automating the Retrospectives

This goes into another comment from Jyoti who asked to see a video on the preparation I do for the retro.

Comment on my YouTube video about Automating the Retrospectives

Thanks for the comments! Today I will explore how to prepare tailor-made and focused retrospectives with minimum effort. I will be using Miro whiteboard and its most simple functionalities like sticky notes and shapes. I will also show you how you can get inspiration or directly a cheat sheet from LinkedIn and Miroverse.

Watch my quick tutorial to get some tips on how to prepare a retro that will help your team improve their collaboration.

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Maria Chec

Maria Chec

Agile Coach and Content Creator at Agile State of Mind https://www.youtube.com/c/AgileStateofMind and Head of Agile Practice in Fyllo