10 Tips To Facilitate Effective Sprint Reviews
The purpose of the Sprint Review is to inspect the outcome of the Sprint and determine future adaptations. It is an impactful Scrum event that can potentially make or break your organization’s Scrum adoption. However, it might also be one of the most misunderstood and poorly facilitated Scrum Events.
Sometimes, the Sprint Review ends up as an event where Developers demo tons of details that make no sense to stakeholders. At other times, it can become an elaborate, choreographed promotional event to showcase the talent of the Scrum Team. In either case, the responses are usually underwhelming and the Sprint Review results in a waste of golden opportunities for valuable learning and course-correction.
In this webinar moderated by Patricia Kong, Professional Scrum Trainers Ravi Verma along with Tony Lee and Nagesh Sharma share some common real-world challenges their clients and students have faced in their Sprint Reviews and ten adjustments that have helped them overcome these challenges.
About Nagesh Sharma
Nagesh is very passionate about causing change and delivering business results. He has helped many companies in their journey of transformation into a Lean-Agile Enterprise. He is an active speaker at various international conferences like Scrum Day Europe, Scrum Deutschland, Scrum Day India, Agility today, Agile NCR, Regional Scrum Gathering & track Curator for Scrum Master Summit 2021.
About Tony Lee
Tony is a Professional Scrum Trainer and is passionate about creative problem solving and continuous improvement journeys using Scrum. He has worked with agile teams across enterprises, small and medium-sized businesses, and start-ups. Tony believes in in empowering individuals and teams in self-management with the goals of achieving results in line with the organization's values, principles, and business objectives.
About Ravi Verma
Ravi is passionate about helping teams recapture the magic of making I.T. by enabling strong teams and inspiring leaders at all levels of the organization. He recently co-founded his second startup – Al Dente, a platform that helps Agile Coach’s and organizations empirically improve business outcomes in tandem with Agile delivery frameworks like Scrum.