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Another technique for Getting Value out of Agile Retrospectives is “Asking Why?”. “Why” is one of the most valuable question that I use in retrospectives. It gives insight in peoples behavior and their feelings and motives that drive them, helps to find root causes of problems, and reveal the strengths that people have. And helps teams to see common goals, and find ways to collaboratively reach them.

Posted by BenLinders  |   Sep 13 2013 / 15:42

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john.hubbart replied ago:

The 5 whys :)

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Ben Linders replied ago:

@John that's also a way to use why, but then you're turning it into a root cause analysis. Aka as the 5 times why retrospective.

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