In Scrum, an event (meeting) that takes place at the end of an iteration (Sprint), where one or more Scrum Teams engage with stakeholders to inspect the work that was done during the Sprint, and get feedback on that work. A significant portion of the Sprint Review consists of a demonstration of working product, emphasizing what has changed since the last Sprint Review. The nature of the conversation during the Sprint Review can also potentially impact the work that a Scrum Team does during subsequent Sprints, and this conversation is ideally one of many sources of feedback for the team.
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Authored by Philip Rogers
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