Review and Retrospect
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The Review and Retrospect phase consists of following three processes:-
- 15: Convene Scrum of Scrums - In this process, Scrum Team representatives convene for Scrum of Scrums (SoS) Meetings in predetermined intervals or whenever required to collaborate and track their respective progress, impediments, and dependencies across teams. This is relevant only for large projects where multiple Scrum Teams are involved.
- 16: Demonstrate and Validate Sprint - In this process, the Scrum Team demonstrates the Sprint Deliverables to the Product Owner and relevant stakeholders in a Sprint Review Meeting. The purpose of this meeting is to secure approval and acceptance from the Product Owner for the Deliverables created in the Sprint.
- 17: Retrospect Sprint - In this process, the Scrum Master and Scrum Team meet to discuss the lessons learned throughout the Sprint. This information is documented as lessons learned which can be applied to future Sprints. Often, as a result of this discussion, there may be Agreed Actionable Improvements or Updated Scrum Guidance Body Recommendations.
Following is the data flow diagram of the Review and Retrospect phase, broadly showing how different processes are connected to each other. For more details on different processes, please refer to SBOK™ Guide.