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PSM 1 - Is spring goal defined before / during / after spring plannning meeting?
Last Post 03 Aug 2013 02:51 PM by Douglas. 5 Replies.
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jbeek
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17 Apr 2013 09:10 PM
    Is the spring goal defined before / during / after the spring planning meeting. who defines the goal - product owner, dev team, scrum master?

    trying to pass exam tonight. not sure of this question.

    thanks.
    jbeek
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    17 Apr 2013 09:11 PM
    you can tell i am a little exhausted tonight. "sprint" not "spring", "planning" not "plannning". :)
    Charles Bradley
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    18 Apr 2013 04:48 AM
    JBeek, this is pretty clearly laid out in the Scrum Guide. See the section about Sprint Planning. You should definitely read the Scrum Guide a few times before taking the real exam.
    Thomas Mehlinger
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    05 Jul 2013 03:13 AM
    I read it a couple of times, but it is not clear to me too.
    Romain Trocherie
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    05 Jul 2013 04:45 AM
    Hi Thomas,

    If you refer to the guide, it's made clear that the Sprint Goal is set during the first part of the Sprint Planning.
    Not before as the development forecasts for the PBIs are necessary to establish it, and not after as it is the guiding input for the Sprint. Hope it clarifies the point.
    Douglas
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    Douglas

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    03 Aug 2013 02:51 PM
    Sprint Planning Meeting - Part One:

    "After the Development Team forecasts the Product Backlog items it will deliver in the Sprint, the Scrum Team crafts a Sprint Goal."
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