Niki Kohari

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Making the Most of Retrium with David Horowitz

Ever wonder what to do when your retrospectives go off track? 

If your team runs into any of these issues, we're here to help:

  • People don't feel safe speaking up
  • The team fails to talk about the most important topics
  • The team lacks follow-through on action items
  • People always focus on the negative
  • The team has large timezone differences

Secrets of Remote Retrospectives With Esther Derby and David Horowitz

It’s a new year and there’s no better time to enhance your next retrospective meeting!

Below is a recording from the webinar "Secrets of Remote Retrospectives" featuring Esther Derby, retrospective expert, and David Horowitz, co-founder and CEO at Retrium. Check it out to learn all their tips and tricks for amazing retrospectives with a distributed team.

Introducing Team Radar Retrospectives in Retrium

Not surprisingly, we love to talk to people about retrospectives, and we’re a bit obsessed with making them as effective as possible. We’ve heard from customers that great retrospectives are those that can engage the team, maintain trust and psychological safety, and allow everyone to equally share their perspective.

During our conversations, we also hear stories of retrospectives that haven’t gone well, and one of the issues that comes up all the time is that retrospectives can become stale.

If team members get bored or retrospectives feel monotonous, this can get in the way of gaining new insights and discussing the most important topics. Because variety can help keep things fun and engaging, we’re excited to talk about the newest additional to Retrium, Team Radars.

Meet the Retrium Team at Agile 2018

This week is the 2018 Agile Conference in San Diego, and we’ll be there to talk about all aspects of retrospectives. Additionally, we have a few exciting announcements to share.

First, for all new and existing customers, Retrium Team Room Edition is now just $29 per active team room, per month. This new price is available starting today, so it’s a great time to try Retrium (if you haven’t yet) or to share Retrium with a friend or colleague.

Increase collaboration, maintain anonymity, and align with agile best practices during your retrospectives

The recent release of Organizations was the most significant change we’ve made to Retrium since we started. Not only did it make it easier for customers to manage access to Retrium and gain more visibility into usage, but it also made it so that we can release features even faster. Win-win!

We’re addressing the top requested customer features with the goal of making meetings in Retrium the most customizable and collaborative retrospective experience possible. We're also working to ensure that we use industry best practices in our app, so you can be certain your Retrium-powered retrospectives are in alignment with the processes suggested by Agile experts.

With all this in mind, we released custom column-based retrospective techniques a few weeks ago, and now we’re releasing more features that address the most pressing needs of all our customers.

Custom Retrospective Techniques Now Available in Retrium

Our focus this year is to make Retrium more customizable and collaborative while maintaining the ease-of-use customers have come to expect. Customers tell us that this will drive even more engagement and fun during their Retrium retrospectives, with the goal of bringing out the voice of every participant and helping their teams discuss the most important topics.