How do I run the Sprint Review?

The Sprint Review marks the end of the Sprint. The Sprint Review is a mechanism to inspect what was delivered in order to adapt, improve and introduce changes into the next Sprint. As such, this key meeting is used by the Team to undertake a storytelling session that shows what was completed, how it was completed, and how each of those Product Backlog items meets the Product Owner’s Definition of Done. This session prepares the Team for its discussion on issues in delivery and the actions required to improve.

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