The DAKI Agile Retrospective is a methodology used in agile software development teams to reflect on their performance during a project and identify areas for improvement. The acronym DAKI stands for "Drop, Add, Keep, Improve."
During the retrospective, team members are asked to consider what should be dropped from the project, what should be added, what should be kept, and what should be improved. The goal is to encourage open and honest communication among team members and to identify concrete actions that can be taken to improve the team's performance in future projects.
The DAKI Agile Retrospective methodology is often used in conjunction with other agile methodologies such as Scrum or Kanban, and it is typically conducted at the end of each iteration or sprint. By using this methodology, teams can continuously improve their processes and performance, leading to more successful outcomes in the long run.