Retrospectives allow you and your colleagues to give honest feedback on how things can be improved. Alternatively, after a project goes live, a retrospective is held to identify what went well, what needs improvement, and what actions to undertake. In most cases, stakeholders are to participate in a retrospective. Therefore, your team should receive constructive feedback and actionable outcomes during a successful retrospective meeting. But what is the best way to facilitate a retrospective meeting?
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