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Chapter 4. Sprints > Closing

Closing

In this chapter I emphasized the crucial role of sprints in the Scrum framework. Sprints provide the essential Scrum skeleton on which most other activities and artifacts can be placed. Sprints are short, timeboxed, and consistent in duration. They are typically defined by a sprint goal, a goal that should not be altered without good economic cause. Sprints should produce a potentially shippable product increment that is completed in conformance with an agreed-upon definition of done. In the next chapter I will focus on the inputs to the sprints—requirements and their common representation, user stories.


  

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