last updated 21 November 2015 by Kevin Trethewey

What is it?

A visible list of all the things the team may want to dig deeper into during their next Retrospective.

Why use it?

If a challenge or opportunity is uncovered around how the team gets the work done, individuals may feel they want to dig deeper into understanding it during the next Retro. There is a risk that you could forget what it was, or not spend enough time deliberating on it, so making it visible in the team space is a useful way of making sure it doesn’t slip through.

When to use it?

Any time a challenge or opportunity is uncovered and the team doesn’t feel it is appropriate to address it right there and then.

What could it look like?

It could be an area or piece of paper on a team’s board. Somewhere highly visible.

Assumptions

The team does not use this list as a way of avoiding difficult conversations that should be had sooner.


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last updated 21 November 2015 by Kevin Trethewey

What is it?

A visible list of all the things the team may want to dig deeper into during their next Retrospective.

Why use it?

If a challenge or opportunity is uncovered around how the team gets the work done, individuals may feel they want to dig deeper into understanding it during the next Retro. There is a risk that you could forget what it was, or not spend enough time deliberating on it, so making it visible in the team space is a useful way of making sure it doesn’t slip through.

When to use it?

Any time a challenge or opportunity is uncovered and the team doesn’t feel it is appropriate to address it right there and then.

What could it look like?

It could be an area or piece of paper on a team’s board. Somewhere highly visible.

Assumptions

The team does not use this list as a way of avoiding difficult conversations that should be had sooner.