Every Sprint, the Development Team is responsible for building a "releasable" Product Increment. The Product Owner may choose to release it or may not choose to release the Increment at the end of the Sprint. Scrum does not prescribe a release frequency (i.e. PBIs can be released multiple, times a day, once a Sprint, once… Continue reading This is how you hit the ball out of the park in your first Sprint
When organizations are adopting Scrum, they are always confronted with how long their Sprints should be. Scrum merely provides guidelines that Sprints can be anywhere from 1 week to 4 weeks long. The Sprint is a feedback loop, providing an opportunity for the stakeholders and the Scrum Team to Inspect and Adapt (the product, and the way… Continue reading How Long Should my Sprints be?