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Meeting to review the project

A retrospective is an agile project management method, most often associated with the scrum methodology (‘sprint retrospective’). It describes the regular meeting of the project team. During such a meeting, the team looks back at their achievements and reflects on how to improve future projects. A retrospective should take place after the completion of an iteration or sprint. A scrum master or a neutral person (internal or external) serves as the moderator for a retrospective session. The focus is on the team's progression and how they work together. The goal is to continually improve results, teamwork and, as a result, increase productivity. 

In traditional project management the term lessons learned is use.

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