Retrospectives

The 2001 Agile Man­i­festo” marked a turn­ing point in soft­ware devel­op­ment. Instead of rigid process­es, fixed tools and exten­sive doc­u­men­ta­tion, the focus was put on peo­ple and their col­lab­o­ra­tion. So respond­ing to change” was con­sid­ered more rel­e­vant than fol­low­ing a plan.”

Ret­ro­spec­tives are an essen­tial instru­ment of this imag­i­na­tive and inter­ac­tive New Work”. They serve to reflect on col­lab­o­ra­tion and learn from chal­lenges. Crit­i­cal sit­u­a­tions are per­ceived and ana­lyzed, the focus is on rec­og­niz­ing and over­com­ing major obstacles. 

For teams, it’s about tak­ing mea­sures that facil­i­tate future collaboration.

2-Day Workshop

Our ret­ro­spec­tives.

Appre­cia­tive. Hon­est. Future-oriented.

We design our ret­ro­spec­tives in a play­ful and cre­ative way: 

You rec­og­nize dys­func­tion­al nar­ra­tives and actions in the con­text of your orga­ni­za­tion or your team. The dra­matur­gy work­shop can, for exam­ple, cov­er the fol­low­ing questions:

  • Who are the heroes and hero­ines” of your team or orga­ni­za­tion story?
  • What chal­lenges have they over­come? What did they learn in the process?
  • How will you as actors act in the future? Where is the jour­ney lead­ing to?
  • What expe­ri­ences are valu­able and impor­tant to the organization?

In line with this theme:

Our most sought-after offers:

Conflict Moderation

Conflict Moderation

Con­flicts serve as maps of needs and goals and lead to new, durable agree­ments. We mod­er­ate con­flicts — between two actors as well as with­in the team and/​or between teams.

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Team building

Team building

Our tai­lor-made coach­ing cat­alyzes exist­ing team pow­er into new ener­gy. Because we take obsta­cles just as seri­ous­ly as your wish­es and needs — and give both of them space.

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If you have questions about our offers

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