Looking to streamline your Sprint Planning efforts? You came to the right place! Many teams struggle with this practice because they're new to doing self organized Sprint planning. The first step is to be prepared for your Sprint Planning session, so we'll discuss the single most effective practice that helps you be ready for Sprint Planning. As we dive deeper, we'll talk about agenda setting, time-boxing, and paralleling planning efforts in the meeting itself. We'll highlight some of the most important and practical Sprint tasking tips and you'll walk away with a list of over 30 tips to help you do better Sprint Planning, reduce bottlenecks, and deal with external dependencies. Come prepared to be super charged!
is a Professional Scrum Trainer and Coach for
. He is a co-organizer of the Agile Denver Agile Coaching SIG, as well as a frequent conference and user group speaker. Charles is the author of the ScrumCrazy blog, and also co-authored the User Stories article on the Agile Atlas. Charles holds certifications from both the Scrum Alliance (CSP) and Scrum.org (PST), and was one of the first people in the world certified as an Agility Path Engagement Manager.
Contact Name: Lisa Erickson
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