Retrospective

A retro (or retrospective) meeting occurs after a completed project. It’s an excellent opportunity to look at the project again and determine what could be improved in the future.

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What Is a Retrospective Meeting? 

A retrospective meeting refers to a meeting that follows a product shipping. It is also known as a retro. 

Retrospective meetings can also be useful after big marketing campaigns, a service/product launch, or a big project.

They are often done for specific projects to learn what should be changed in terms of how projects are run or in a specific department in order to improve the way people work together within a team. These meetings give everyone a chance to reflect on what went well, what could’ve gone better and what should change.

Why Is a Retrospective Meeting Important?

Retrospective meetings are crucial because they can help everyone get a new perspective on how a project went. 

During the meeting, teammates can discuss what proved useful and what didn’t work during the project in question. They create two lists – a list of things that went well and a list of things they can improve upon.

However, retrospective meetings go beyond acknowledging the good and “bad” things that transpired during a project. It puts everyone in a position to learn more about the people they work with, inviting them to improve collaboration in the future to prevent hick-ups and delays. 

Retrospective meetings also send a strong message to your teams and teammates. It encourages them to use the project data to point out excellent decisions and flaws in the process design and invites them to express their concerns and observations. 

Ultimately, it leads to complete transparency and puts you in a position to improve the working processes after every project.

How Kosy Improves Retrospective Meetings 

Kosy helps you take your retrospective meetings with hybrid and remote teams to an entirely new level. Unlike video conferencing platforms that only streamline camera and sound sharing, Kosy opens the doors to an actual virtual workspace. 

You can modify your virtual workspace to reflect your company’s needs. 

Kosy enables you to use various tools to create a visually safe environment to facilitate retrospective meetings and invite everyone to give their two cents about the completed projects. 

You can have a whiteboard in the meeting room to easily record your team’s feedback. It enables everyone in the meeting to understand what’s going on and helps them identify what they or their department can do better to improve the processes and workflow.

To help streamline retrospective meetings for remote and hybrid teams, Kosy enables everyone to join using their browsers.

Start Using Kosy For Your Retrospective Meetings    

Retrospective meetings offer a lot of benefits. Do you want to use them for your remote teams? Then sign up for a Kosy account and take your meetings to a custom-tailored virtual workspace for free!

What Is a Retrospective Meeting? 

A retrospective meeting refers to a meeting that follows a product shipping. It is also known as a retro. 

Retrospective meetings can also be useful after big marketing campaigns, a service/product launch, or a big project.

They are often done for specific projects to learn what should be changed in terms of how projects are run or in a specific department in order to improve the way people work together within a team. These meetings give everyone a chance to reflect on what went well, what could’ve gone better and what should change.

Why Is a Retrospective Meeting Important?

Retrospective meetings are crucial because they can help everyone get a new perspective on how a project went. 

During the meeting, teammates can discuss what proved useful and what didn’t work during the project in question. They create two lists – a list of things that went well and a list of things they can improve upon.

However, retrospective meetings go beyond acknowledging the good and “bad” things that transpired during a project. It puts everyone in a position to learn more about the people they work with, inviting them to improve collaboration in the future to prevent hick-ups and delays. 

Retrospective meetings also send a strong message to your teams and teammates. It encourages them to use the project data to point out excellent decisions and flaws in the process design and invites them to express their concerns and observations. 

Ultimately, it leads to complete transparency and puts you in a position to improve the working processes after every project.

How Kosy Improves Retrospective Meetings 

Kosy helps you take your retrospective meetings with hybrid and remote teams to an entirely new level. Unlike video conferencing platforms that only streamline camera and sound sharing, Kosy opens the doors to an actual virtual workspace. 

You can modify your virtual workspace to reflect your company’s needs. 

Kosy enables you to use various tools to create a visually safe environment to facilitate retrospective meetings and invite everyone to give their two cents about the completed projects. 

You can have a whiteboard in the meeting room to easily record your team’s feedback. It enables everyone in the meeting to understand what’s going on and helps them identify what they or their department can do better to improve the processes and workflow.

To help streamline retrospective meetings for remote and hybrid teams, Kosy enables everyone to join using their browsers.

Start Using Kosy For Your Retrospective Meetings    

Retrospective meetings offer a lot of benefits. Do you want to use them for your remote teams? Then sign up for a Kosy account and take your meetings to a custom-tailored virtual workspace for free!

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