Scrum Events - Overview of the 5 Scrum Ceremonies
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These events are time-boxed and help the Scrum Team collaborate, inspect and adapt their work.
The five main Scrum events are:
Sprint planning event occurs at the beginning of each sprint.
The outcome is a plan on how the selected work will be accomplished.
Each team member answers three questions:
- What did I do yesterday?
- What will I do today?
- Are there any impediments?
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The focus is on demonstrating the work completed and gathering feedback.
Sprint Retrospective is held after the Sprint Review and before the next Sprint Planning. The Scrum Team reflects on their way of working during the sprint and identifies areas for improvement.
The sprint itself is a time-boxed period (usually 2-4 weeks) during which the Scrum Team works to achieve the Sprint Goal.
They create a potentially releasable Increment of the product during this time.
The Scrum Events are time-boxed events that create regularity and minimize the need for meetings not defined in Scrum. As you navigate through this section, you'll gain insights into the mechanics of each event and their importance in maintaining the rhythm and flow of Scrum.
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