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Scrum/Sprint planning

The Sprint planning meeting stands at the beginning of each Scrum sprint. It consists of two parts:

Contents

Part 1

Purpose

The first part is to set the conditions for the Sprint and to identify what work the team can commit to.

Attendees

Timing

Following the current timeboxing rules at Openbravo this meeting is limited to 90 minutes.

Agenda

Work result

Part 2

Purpose

The second part is where the team transforms the chosen work into a specific action plan for themselves. The detail out their steps to accomplish their goals.

Attendees

Timing

Following the current timeboxing rules at Openbravo this meeting is limited to 60 minutes.

Agenda

If at this point the sprint goals are found to be unachievable because of unforeseen details, the Product owner must be alerted and the team must discuss how much needs to be dropped in order to make the Sprint reasonable.

Work result

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