After every sprint, your team demonstrates to the stakeholders all the work they've finished. Learn how to host a sprint demo so your stakeholder know you're doing.
- In Scrum, we strive to deliver…a working product at the end of every sprint.…But what's the point if no one knows about it?…Scrum's answer to this is the demo.…As you know, the PO is accountable…for accepting or rejecting what's been delivered.…Whatever they accept, is ready to be demonstrated…or demoed to a larger audience.…Remember, the PO is accountable to the other stakeholders…as their representative to ensure they get what they want.…
The demo is how the PO and team make sure the stakeholders…are happy with what we're delivering.…The demo is a powerful ceremony for Scrum teams.…The demo builds trust between the team and the stakeholders.…Which comes in a few ways in this context.…First and foremost, this is a forum…for direct conversation with the stakeholders.…This group has a vested interest in the success…of the team and the product.…It's a great opportunity for the team…to receive direct feedback.…
The stakeholders get to see for themselves…the work being done on their behalf.…They provide feedback to the team,…
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- Understanding the scrum approach to project success
- Solving project problems with scrum
- Establishing your scrum team
- Setting the vision for your project
- Writing user stories
- Setting boundaries for success
- Getting stories done in scrum
- Assessing the team