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Agile Tip of the Day, 26 April

The Sprint Retrospective is the unique time to not only reflect on the past sprint, but also to get together and make the team bond stronger. Use this time wisely and utilize various techniques to spark more original ideas. Some example retrospective formats are sail boat, academy awards, mountain climber, DAKI - you can find 20 different formats along with situational recommendations on when to choose which one in this course, discounted with 57% until 2nd May: https://www.udemy.com/course/20-agile-sprint-retrospectives-a-quick-and-practical-guide/?couponCode=AB559DA6E89828438E2A

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