How do I run Sprint Planning?

Sprint Planning is an event in Scrum in which the Scrum Master, Product Owner and Development Team collaborate on what to deliver in the next Sprint.

How do you run this event so that it doesn’t turn into yet another meeting?
This checklist runs through the basics of Sprint Planning and a sequence of questions and actions the Scrum Team do throughout this timeboxed event.

download Sprint Planning (Part 1: What) and (Part 2: How)

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