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The best meeting agenda templates for aligned, forward-thinking teams

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Post-Mortem

It's ok if things didn't go as planned. Help your team identify opportunities to become better together.
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Recap of Initial Expectations

Give a brief synopsis of the event. Include aspects like plans, timelines, and deliverables if applicable.

Recap of Outcome

Summarize the incident. What happened compared to what should have happened? Provide context so other team members can understand.

Stakeholder Input

Do any key stakeholders have discussion points to contribute? Share this template before the post-mortem meeting to gather feedback.

Roadblocks & Risks

What barriers or unexpected obstacles arose that changed the outcome of this event?

Root Causes

Identify the main cause of each issue above. Be specific. Were objectives clear? Was the schedule realistic? Did any changes in scope occur?

Main Takeaways

Summarize the key insights from this post-mortem. How can we ensure this incident doesn't happen again? What should we do differently next time?

Resources

List any additional resources that can help the team address all risks and root causes identified.

Next Steps

What can be done now? Who is responsible? Clarify any next steps, who's completing them, and when they should be done by. Note this information here to share.

One-on-One: Manager Weekly 1:1

Simple meeting agenda example for managers to make the most of your weekly one-on-ones.
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Intro question

Start with an open-ended question. How was last week? What’s been working well for you lately? 


Celebrate Wins & Lessons Learned

What have we accomplished since our last meeting? Note progress on important initiatives.

How can we be better? Highlight lessons learned from the previous week.


Remove Roadblocks

What (if anything) is stopping—or slowing down—your progress? How can we remove that roadblock? What support do you need? 

Plan to remove specific roadblocks and create action items.


Two-Way Evaluation and Feedback

How are we doing? How can we work together more effectively? 


Open Discussion

Provide time for open discussion. Is there anything else you want to talk about? 


Follow-Up

Should we schedule another one-on-one? Review any action items arising from the one-on-one.


Action items:

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Sprint Planning

Sprints are the backbone of every great agile organization. Get your team ready with our template.
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Sprint Goal

What is the main purpose of this sprint? Define key objectives below.

Sprint Backlog

What user stories match the sprint goal? Share this with your team prior to the meeting so they can contribute. Break each user story down into individual tasks. Make sure each task has as much information as possible. Include important metrics.

Epics to be Delivered

List out the epics that we're planning to start or deliver during this sprint.

Scope of Work Clarification

Revisit your definition of "done." Decide on the acceptance criteria that will be used to determine when each individual task is complete. Make sure all of this realistically aligns with your team's capacity.

Key Risks & Concerns

What potential issues could come up based on the goal and sprint backlog? How can we solve them? Does the scope of work allot enough time for unexpected issues?

Notes and Takeaways

What were the main insights and discussion points from this sprint planning session?

Take Action

Get verbal confirmation from your team about the next steps to be taken. Clarify who's completing them and when they should be done by. Note this information here to share and assign.

Follow-Up

How will we keep in touch and stay up-to-date about progress? Should we schedule a follow-up meeting?

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