Agile Tip of the Day, 4 May

When starting a Sprint Retrospective, check the mood of the room - it can be via ice-breaker, ESVP activity, simple voting on emotions or another creative way but make sure the facilitator reads the room. That matters in regards to interpreting the information gathered during the session - often people are influenced by their momentary mood and a good or bad predominant mood in the room can account to some extent to the feedback you get and reduce its objectivity.

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