Sprint reviews are a common agile practice. In LeSS, however, their structure has changed. Doug Rose discusses how sprint review meetings should be structured. He provides some ideas for how to think about sprint reviews when starting out with LeSS.
- If all goes well, then at the end of your sprint,…you should have a review meeting.…For a typical scrum team this is usually…led by the product owner.…The product owner will invite different stakeholders,…and everyone will get a good look at the product.…In regular scrum the review meeting…is split into two.…At the beginning the product owner goes over…what the team worked on in that sprint.…In the second half, the development team…will give a short product demonstration.…Unless things become a little bit more complicated.…
Here you have several feature teams…working on part of the product,…so you have individual teams and their accomplishments,…and you also have all the teams working together…to review the whole product.…That's why this sprint review meeting…is a key part of inspecting and adapting.…It's one of the only times you get a whole look…at the entire product.…Everyone needs to make sure that they're…building the right thing and suggest any…last minute changes.…As you can imagine, when you have many different teams…
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- Descaling enterprise agile
- Defining Larman's Laws and LeSS principles
- LeSS product owner and scrum master
- Growing Scrum
- Defining "done"
- Organizing a sprint review
- Organizing an overall retrospective
- Approaching key challenges