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4Ls Retro Format

As a kid, what did you long for?

The 4Ls stands for Liked, Learned, Lacked and Longed For and was initially developed by Mary Gorman and Ellen Gottesdiener. It is a simple and popular technique for scrum masters and their team to highlight the positives (liked and learned), as well as the negative (lacked and longed for) from both a factual and emotional perspective.

What did people like about the last sprint run? This could be anything from a process, an achievement, a particular team action or even a technology.

What things did the team learn from experiments, testing, conversation and from working with each other. These are any new discoveries, points of interest or highlights.

What seemed to be missing from the last iteration? On reflection, this might be something that was unclear or needed to be implemented to ensure that things continue to run smoothly.

What is something that they wish existed or was possible that would ensure that the project would be successful.

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