Join Doug Rose for an in-depth discussion in this video Planning your sprints, part of Agile at Work: Driving Productive Agile Meetings.
- Sprint planning is a crucial part…of the team's predictability and transparency.…It's when the team decides…what they need to deliver for that sprint.…The activity is usually timeboxed to two hours.…The product owner will take the top value user stories…and present them to the developers.…Then they'll have the team task out these stories.…Most agile teams use a task board for this meeting.…The task board is one of the most…familiar artifacts in agile.…You've probably seen task boards in books, websites,…or with working agile teams.…
They're the whiteboards with yellow sticky notes.…The stickies go left to right…and are divided by columns of blue tape.…Some of the columns have different names,…but they're usually a variation of stories:…to do, doing and done.…Your team may try sprint planning without a task board.…Many agile teams use software packages…to create virtual task boards.…This has the advantage of allowing the teams…to see the tasks from any location.…When starting out, it's usually best to plan your sprint…
In this course, agile expert Doug Rose outlines how to make agile meetings as productive as possible. He provides guidance on common activities such as release planning, daily stand-ups, sprint planning, and product demos. Throughout the course, learn about common meeting pitfalls and the challenges of keeping activities on track.
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