This article will cover what sprint check-in is, how to conduct it properly, and whether having sprint check-in is a good idea altogether.
We take an in-depth look at 5 Scrum Master best practices and discuss how you can use Geekbot to run quicker, less disruptive daily standups and retrospectives.
In this post, we’ll share advice on how to run scum meetings in the most effective way, why they work, and how you can adapt them to your work environment.
If you’re looking for a Jell alternative, we encourage you to consider Geekbot, which is free for teams of 10 or fewer.
If you’re looking for a ScrumGenius alternative, we encourage you to consider Geekbot, which is free for teams of 10 or fewer.
If you’re looking for a Status Hero alternative, you may find what you need with Geekbot, our free asynchronous meeting tool.
If you want to run better sprint retrospectives, you should start by having a perfect sprint retrospective meeting agenda. Here are the five steps we take at Geekbot when planning our meetings.
Tired of ineffective retrospectives? In this article, we’ll share 5 Agile retrospective techniques that help your team grow with each sprint.
In this post, we show you how teams use Geekbot — our Slack retrospective bot — to run asynchronous (and highly effective) retrospectives in Slack.
In this post, we’re going to discuss 5 alternatives to the Friday App for 2021.
In this post, we’ll cover a unique, step-by-step process that you can use to run effective sprint retrospectives asynchronously.
Retrospectives are crucial to improving agile team performance, but for the best results you need to keep retros fun and engaging. These 10 agile retrospective games will help you.