Sprint Review Meeting

Last post 03:27 pm November 5, 2014
by tim muttitt
4 replies
03:35 am October 30, 2014


I am certified as Scrum Master however just started practicing the same. I am just wondering what should be frequency for Sprint Review Meeting?

Vijay Soni

04:04 am October 31, 2014

As found in the Scrum Guide, "A Sprint Review is held at the end of the Sprint to inspect the Increment and adapt the Product Backlog if needed."

This means once per sprint.

04:47 pm October 31, 2014

To add to what Bart said, it should happen at the end of every sprint - which means you should have at least one every 30 days, depending on how long your sprint is.

12:35 pm November 1, 2014

You should have one at the end of every Sprint. Be warned however in some - very large - organisations you might actually have ..2 one with your PO and stakeholders and one with the "big brass" meaning some senior managers who might want to have a look on the outcome.

03:27 pm November 5, 2014

Hi Dimitrios,

I would recommend (if it is happening) that the 'big brass' come to the regular sprint review meeting. If they say they don't have time, then it obviously isn't important enough to them. There should be complete transparency and having 2 different sprint reviews goes against this, as what is discussed in one may not be covered in the other and you have many people missing out on key discussions.

"Build it and they will come."