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Release and Sprint Planning

Release Planning and Sprint Planning are important processes in Scrum that help the team to stay organized and focused. Release Planning is a long-term planning process that helps the team to align their work with the overall vision for the product, while Sprint Planning is a shorter-term planning process that helps the team to plan and execute the work for the upcoming sprint. Both planning processes promote collaboration, communication and help the team to deliver high-quality products.

In a nutshell

In Scrum, Release Planning is the process of creating a long-term plan for delivering a product or service to the customer. This plan includes the overall vision for the product, the high-level features that will be included, and the target release date.

During the Release Planning meeting, the team, including the Product Owner, Development Team, and Scrum Master, review the product backlog and determine which features will be included in the next release. They also set a target release date and create a high-level plan for how the work will be completed.

The goal of Release Planning is to ensure that the team is working towards a common goal and that the work being done aligns with the overall vision for the product. It also helps the team to identify and plan for any risks or dependencies that may impact the release.

Sprint Planning is a similar process, but it takes place at the beginning of each sprint and focuses on the specific work that will be completed during that sprint. During the Sprint Planning meeting, the team reviews the product backlog and selects the user stories that will be included in the sprint backlog. They also create a detailed plan for how the work will be completed, including identifying the tasks that need to be done, the resources required, and the expected completion date.

The goal of Sprint Planning is to ensure that the team is clear on what work needs to be done and how it will be completed during the upcoming sprint. It also helps the team to stay focused and make progress on the most important user stories.