Tag Archives: sprint planning

In Scrum, Can A Sprint Be Cancelled? If So, When?

The sprint plays a very important part in scrum implementation and is carefully planned by the product owner and the team during the sprint planning events. In most cases, sprinting occurs as per plan, and a completely shippable product is delivered after an iterative development cycle has successfully completed. However, in rare circumstances, a sprint may be recalled or stopped due to various reasons. Continue reading

Posted in Agile, Agile Scrum, Agile Scrum model, product owner, Scrum, Scrum Agile, Scrum Agile process, Scrum Framework, Scrum Methodology, Scrum process, Scrum process model, scrum tool, sprint, sprint backlog, sprint backlog items, Sprint Planning Meeting, user stories | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

What Is A Sprint Planning Meeting Agenda?

In Agile Scrum, the sprint planning meeting is one of the most important activities, and the product owner plays a very important part in it. Once the product owner creates the product backlog and all required user stories are properly defined in it, it becomes necessary to “prepare” for the next step in the Agile product development cycle – plan and develop effective sprints so shippable user stories are delivered at the end of sprint cycles. Continue reading

Posted in Agile, Agile Scrum, Agile Scrum model, Scrum, Scrum Agile, Scrum Agile process, Scrum Framework, Scrum Methodology, Scrum process, scrum tool, sprint, sprint backlog, sprint backlog items, Sprint Planning Meeting | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment