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The 4L retrospective is a technique used by teams to review and evaluate past performance. It's a simple framework wherein the team gets together (physically or virtually) to discuss what they liked, what they learned, what they lacked (or loathed) and what they longed for.
Streamlined communication between support and the Science Team. Support can easily find the information needed and submit a request to the Science Team in case there is a necessity.
Innovation Weeks are extended periods of time set aside to encourage innovation in products, development techniques and the development ecosystem within a company or team.
Lean Canvas is a 1-page business plan template created by Ash Maurya that helps you deconstruct your idea into its key assumptions. It is adapted from Alex Osterwalder's Business Model Canvas and optimized for Lean Startups. It replaces elaborate business plans with a single page business model.
This template contains a webform survey to determine the NPS value of you customers. It contains predefined NPS survey and predefined statistics. It is easy to adapt to your own needs.
A project post-mortem is a meeting held by a team following the conclusion of a group project. All members of the team will gather to reflect on the entire project, be that a piece of software development or other task, and discuss what went well and what could have been done better.
Manage your recruiting pipeline from anticipated future needs to closed positions. Get a scannable view of your recruiting pipeline by creating a card for each position. Save time by attaching job descriptions to each positions’ card so that they can be accessed and updated by anyone on the team. Streamline your process by creating copiable template cards with checklists for each step required to fill an open role.
A start stop continue retrospective is a simple and effective way for teams to reflect on their recent experiences and decide on what things they should change as they move forward. Start – activities are those things the team will begin doing in the next cycle.