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Que sucede cuando el cliente no acepta parte del resultado del sprint??

Last post 06:48 pm June 1, 2021 by Daniel Wilhite
1 reply
01:57 pm May 31, 2021

Cuando culmina el sprint y se presentan los resultados en el sprint review, el cliente puede no aceptar parte de ese producto. Que sucede? se suma como nuevos requerimientos de un proximo sprint??


06:48 pm June 1, 2021

I only speak English so I am going to rely on Google Translate to convert this to Spanish.  

Yes, that is exactly what happens during the Sprint Review.  The work that has been done is discussed with the stakeholders and any modifications are captured as part of the Product Backlog. 

However, this should also come up in the Sprint Retrospective.  Is there a way to avoid this from happening in the future? Should you be sharing with the stakeholders more often during the Sprint?  Could the reason for this been caught with better refinement practices?  It is an opportunity to learn. 

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Solo hablo inglés, así que confiaré en Google Translate para convertir esto a español.

Sí, eso es exactamente lo que sucede durante la Revisión de Sprint. El trabajo que se ha realizado se discute con las partes interesadas y cualquier modificación se captura como parte del Product Backlog.

Sin embargo, esto también debería aparecer en la Retrospectiva de Sprint. ¿Hay alguna forma de evitar que esto suceda en el futuro? ¿Debería compartir con las partes interesadas con más frecuencia durante el Sprint? ¿Podría detectarse la razón de esto con mejores prácticas de refinamiento? Es una oportunidad para aprender.


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