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what happens after 'Sprint abortion'?
Last Post 09 Jun 2014 07:14 AM by danouche. 2 Replies.
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danouche
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danouche

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09 Jun 2014 06:43 AM
    do we have a Sprint Review followed by a Sprint Retrospective or do we rush to a Sprint Planning again?

    thank you!
    Ian Mitchell
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    Ian Mitchell

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    09 Jun 2014 07:05 AM
    The Scrum Team must hold a Review with the intention of releasing as much value as possible. Undone work is re-estimated and will remain on the Product Backlog.

    Scrum does not prescribe what happens then, although we can induct plausible courses of action:

    - If further Sprints are anticipated, then a Retrospective will be necessary so the reason(s) for cancellation can be explored, and the process inspected and adapted accordingly.
    - If further Sprints are *not* anticipated and the development process is to be terminated, then no Retrospective may be necessary (or may be impossible)
    - If sprint cadence is to be preserved then a truncated increment of value may be planned for the remainder of the allocated timebox
    - If sprint cadence is not to be preserved (e.g., in the absence of an organizational cadence) then any subsequent Sprint should commence (with Planning) immediately following the Review and Retrospective.
    danouche
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    danouche

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    09 Jun 2014 07:14 AM
    great, thanks!
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