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Agile by Design by Rachel Alt-Simmons

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Chapter 14The Analytic Sprint: Review and Retrospective

After the team completes the sprint, it comes together with the broader customer group to review the completed work. During sprint execution, the team found a few problems with the customer data. While team members have some recommendations, they need to review with their customers and get feedback before they move forward. When the sprint review is over, the team meets for a short sprint retrospective that allows it to identify areas where the team did well and areas that need improvement (see Figure 14.1). Following the retrospective, the team jumps right back into planning the next sprint with the product owner.

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Figure 14.1 Analytic Sprint Review and Retrospective Considerations

Sprint Review

The purpose of the sprint review is to share results with your customers and get feedback. Prior to the sprint review meeting, the team makes sure that all of the results that it will share meet the team's definition of done. Some teams review work with the product owner prior to the formal review meeting. In any case, the sprint review meeting shouldn't be the first time your product owner is seeing results. Engaging and sharing output with your product owner throughout the sprint is important as it helps avoid surprises for both the customer and the team. But be cautious: As the product owner works with the team during the ...

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