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I like to test a play form the Atlassian Team book #The4LsRetrospectives

I lead a reference group meeting where we discuss about Atlassian topics once a month and have done so for over 3 years now. I think it could be a good idea to have a retrospective before summer and see if there are anything we can improve.

So therefore I like to try this play from Atlassian team playbook,

I was thinking I could set this up on a confluence page and using layouts and status macro for the ideas/things that the participants bring up. Like this.


Anyone having any idea or recommendations what to do or don't do before running this game in an online meeting?


Brant Schroeder
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May 20, 2021

@Ulrika Eriksson I would recommend doing it and setting up a schedule to do it multiple times a year.  The more you do it the better you will be at it and should be able to use the results to improve your group meetings.

Interesting play, I had not heard of this before


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