A sprint review is a meeting that takes place at the end of a sprint in which the team demonstrates the work that has been completed during the sprint to stakeholders. It is an opportunity for the team to get feedback and for stakeholders to ask questions about the work.
To conduct a sprint review, follow these steps:
- Invite stakeholders to the sprint review. This should include the product owner, development team, and any other relevant parties.
- Prepare a demonstration of the work that was completed during the sprint. This should include a walkthrough of each feature or user story that was completed.
- During the sprint review, the development team should demonstrate the work that was completed and answer any questions from stakeholders. The product owner should also provide feedback on the work and discuss any changes that may be necessary.
- At the end of the sprint review, the team should review the feedback received and determine any necessary changes or improvements that need to be made. The product owner should also review the progress made during the sprint and determine any changes to the product backlog that may be necessary.