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04 October 2013

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allan kelly

I have heard from several teams who use Retrospective Dialogue Sheets doing something similar. The teams hang new dialogue sheet on the wall at the start of the iteration and anyone can add comments as they go one. At the end they have a ready made timeline and list of issues to talk about.

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Adrianh

Yeah. I've seen stuff a bit like this. Nothing so visual - but a separate area for folk to put down issues as they happen, which then gets sourced in the retros.

Some folk have 'em trigger the retrospectives (more than three issues on the board == automatic retro).

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