What is Sprint Planning?

Sprint Planning is held on the first day of the Sprint. This key Scrum event is designed to provide the Team and the Product Owner an opportunity to conduct just-in-time planning for items at the top of the Product Backlog that are of high-value for delivery at the end of the Sprint. Sprint Planning is held in two sessions: discussion around what is required, followed by creation of tasks and discussion of how the Product Backlog items will be delivered within the boundaries of the Sprint.

 

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