Learn how to host a sprint planning meeting so you can create tasks and make a commitment for your sprint.
- As your team prepares for the sprint,…more detailed collaboration is necessary…and that's exactly what you do…in your sprint planning meeting.…Full participation is critical…so you'll need all your development team members,…your scrum master, and product owner.…These responsibilities can't be delegated.…Using the prioritized backlog,…the PO presents the highest value stories…to the team in order.…The team needs to feel confident and comfortable enough…to ask questions.…
The goal here is that everyone on the team fully understands…the intent of the story and specific AC for that story.…It's also helpful to post the team's definition of done…for all stories in the meeting room.…Remember, the team's definition of done…applies to everything,…so having that information handy…is going to help ensure all the tasks are identified.…I can't emphasize enough how important…the question and answer aspect of sprint planning is.…
At the end of sprint planning,…the team is going to commit or make a promise…that they'll finish all this work.…
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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