The Sprint Planning: simply plan and organize the next team sprint

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Sprint Planning

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With the Sprint Planning Template, define the perimeter of the next sprint and identify all the tasks to be carried out by the development team.As a team, determine and plan the content needed for your next development cycleUse the Sprint Planning template as a team, and start by setting a realistic and achievable objective for the next sprint. Next, examine all the features planned for your next product and break them down into different technical tasks so that you have a clear overview of the tasks ahead. Then decide which tasks will be developed in the next iteration, given the objectives you have set and your team's development capacities.

Build simply and as a team the roadmap to follow for the next sprint.

The sprint planning is a true ritual of the SCRUM methodology. It's an agile method dedicated to project management which allows to define the team's scope of action and to determine the tasks that will be developed during the next iteration.

The Sprint Planning Template takes place in 3 steps: first, the definition of a clear and realistic objective. Then, the separation of the tasks list to carry out into technical sub-tasks and finally, the estimation of the complexity of the selected tasks in relation to the development capacity of the team with the Planning Poker Template. With the Sprint Planning Template, get a clear and planned roadmap to start the product development phase.

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