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sprint target / sprint backlog
Last Post 04 Feb 2014 06:50 AM by Ian Mitchell. 1 Replies.
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Ingrid Jeannot
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Ingrid Jeannot

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04 Feb 2014 05:07 AM
    Hello everyone,

    I am new to scrum and even though I was reading a lot, one of the things that is unclear to me is the relation between the sprint target and the sprint backlog.

    I understand that the sprint target is formulated by the time in the sprint planning meeting, what I don't understand is whether it is defined through the backlog items picked? Or is it a more overall goal like "the software should perform better with added functionality in the areas .... " or are the finishing up ("done") of sprint backlog items the goal?

    Thanks for helping out, even though for most of you this is a simple question.
    Best,
    Ingrid

    Ian Mitchell
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    04 Feb 2014 06:50 AM
    The Sprint Goal expresses the product value that the increment should deliver. The selected items should be sufficiently cohesive to make the release of an associated increment worthwhile.
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