A retrospective is a technique for assessing a project, an agile sprint or any other kind of event. The "Stop - Keep - Start" retrospective is based on 3 questions:
What should we stop doing?
What should we start doing?
What should we keep doing?
Can you tell what:
Imagine you have $100 budget (or 100 bitcoins) to invest on the most important items that were formulated in the previous step. How would you invest this budget?
Note that you can spend the total $100 on one item or split your budget among several items.
Have a look at the top results and discuss: which cards should we focus on?
Put aside all the other ones.
Have a look at the most important cards: What should we do next?
Individually, click on a card and write-down suggestions of actions.
Once this is done, discuss it all together and choose the action items that should be implemented in the next few days.