It is six years now since I introduced Retrospective Dialogue sheets to the world and I continue to get great feedback about the sheets. Now I’m running a little MVP with the sheets via Amazon, but first…
In the last few months Alan Baldo has translated the planning sheet to Portuguese and Sun Yuan-Yuan, with help from David Tanzer, has translated two of the retrospective sheets to German.
Thank you very much Alan, Sun and David!
I also updated the Sprint Retrospective sheet (above): version 5 has removed all references to software development. While can still be used by software teams it is more general. Actually, the sheet was largely domain neutral already which explains why it has been used in a Swedish kindergarten for retrospectives.
In the meantime I’ve been busy with an MVP experiment of my own – which has taken a surprising amount of work to get up and running – and you can help with.
I have made printed versions of the latest Sprint Retrospective sheet available on Amazon to buy. The sheets are still available as a free download to print yourself but I want to see if I can reach a broader audience by offering the sheets on Amazon. Plus I know some teams have trouble getting the sheets printed.
Right now this is market test, the printed sheets are only available in the UK I only have a few sheets in stock so this is a “Buy now while stocks last” offer.
If you are outside the UK (sorry) and want a printed sheet, or find stocks have run out, or want a different printed sheets please contact me and I’ll do my best.
Assuming this is a success then I’ll get more sheets printed, arrange to sell outside the UK, add more of the sheets to Amazon and make a renewed effort on translations. Pheww!
So now I need to ask for your help.
If you have used the sheets and find them good please write a review on Amazon – there are a few but there cannot be too many.
Conversely, if you have never tried a Dialogue Sheet retrospective please do so and let me know how it goes: I am always seeking feedback. Download and print for yourself or go over to Amazon and buy today – you could be the first buyer!