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Sprint Planning I Daily Scrum I Sprint Review I Sprint Retrospective

Scrum events are used to create consistency to meet and share information and provide feedback. All events are for a fixed duration and are designed to enable transparency and inspection. Once a Sprint begins, its length is settled. Length and tasks cannot be changed. Other events are flexible and end whenever the aim of the event is accomplished for best time management.  


Sprint planning is an event when the team determines the product backlog items they will work on during the Sprint and review their plan for completing those tasks. Sprints contain and consist of the Sprint Planning, Daily Scrums, the development work, the Sprint Review, and the Sprint Retrospective.


The heart of Scrum is a Sprint, a fixed duration event, our favorite is 2 weeks, in which a releasable part of the developed product is created. Sprints should have the same length with a new Sprint starting immediately after the conclusion of the previous Sprint.


A Sprint Review is held at the end of the Sprint to access the progress and to modify the Product Backlog if needed. This is an informal meeting, which is focused on feedback and collaboration. The Development Team discusses what went well, what problems arose, and how they have overcome them; they also agree on what to do next, schedule, budget, functionality of the product.



The Sprint Retrospective -after the Sprint review- is an opportunity for the Scrum Team to reflect and create a plan for improvements for the next Sprint, including work- relationships, process, and tools; to make the team more productive and prosperous for the next Sprint. 

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Estimate as quickly as possible the Scrumpanion app will help you to make the estimation quick and sharp so the whole process is flawless with instant results. We keep a 30 sec 1 min window for those with the highest and lowest score to tell their opinions before the final vote that settles the result. Discussions can go up to 5 minutes at a maximum at a time.