A Best Practices Board displays the best ideas, work products, and lessons learned from one or more agile teams, functional group, or manager for the benefit of the entire agile community. Best practices are harvested from retrospectives conducted by agile teams, functional groups, and the enterprise. Defined criteria are used to select best practices that are truly “best in class.” Someone is assigned the accountability for posting and maintaining best practices on a physical or virtual board. The Best Practices Board is located in an area that is accessible to all members of the agile community. This could be a white board in a common area, a filterable list in a tool or wiki page, or a large digital screen in each team area.