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          What is the Sprint Review actually for?


          Questions you probably hear very often. And most likely a consequence of using a concrete practice (in this case, showing a product’s working increment) without actually immersing in the actual usage.

          If we take a look into the Scrum Guide, we’ll find this: “During the Sprint Review, the Scrum Team and stakeholders collaborate about what was done in the Sprint.

          So, the basic purpose of Sprint Review is the collaboration between the developing team and the stakeholders on the development of the product. A good way to achieve that, it’s safe to say, even the best, but surely not the only one, is to show what has been made so far and to talk about proceeding.

          What is Sprin Review’s basic purpose? What is, on the other hand, not its purpose? And what if, in the end, nothing’s been done? Find the answers on our agile consultants’ blog. 🙂

          And if the Sprint went totally wrong, nothing’s turned out the way you planned and you’ve really got nothing to show – find the solution on Davor Čengija’s blog.

          For more super cool blogs and advice visit the page – todo|doing|done.

          Ivan is Director of Engineering at CROZ, 🎙0800-DEVOPS podcast host and O'Reilly author contributing to "97 Things Every Cloud Engineer Should Know". His special areas of interest cover DevOps culture, sociotechnical nature of software delivery and cloud native architectures. Particularly interested in leadership and organizational change, he is helping organizations align business and tech, focus their efforts, and essentially work smarter, not harder. You can follow him on Twitter as @ikrnic.


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